Food as Medicine: How vegetables, legumes and fish can help keep our bodies strong

  Global leaders are imploring us to stay home and stay healthy as a way to slow transmission of coronavirus. Whene [...]

Fiduciaries: Self-care for Those Managing Others’ Affairs

  As each of us navigates our personal needs during the coronavirus pandemic, we at PyxisCare honor those serving i [...]

2020 Tech Trends in Managing Elder Care

      A friend’s 77-year-old mother had close call recently.  She slipped in her bathtub but caught herself on the [...]

When Help Arrives: A Love(s) Letter to Customer Service

One of my favorite things to talk about is self-care. I mean, I talk about it a lot. At leadership events, as a mentor, [...]

The “Care Economy” Should Companies Really Care?

From my point of view, the short answer is YES.  And the good news is that many are beginning to incorporate “Care Ec [...]

The Self Care Trend: Is It Working?

No doubt about it, the self-care trend is on the rise. Just this week I received an invitation to a conference educating [...]

The Longevity Economy

Putting “longevity” and “economy” in the same sentence may sound like the start of a great joke. Our bouncing ec [...]

Feeling Squeezed? Explaining the Sandwich Generation

The “Sandwich Generation” is one of those terms that shows up and gains traction because it perfectly captures the s [...]

From Tipping Point to Turning Point

Two of the most common words that we hear in client interviews and as we begin engagements with individuals and companie [...]

Am I a patient or consumer?

The media and the services industry are flooded with articles and discussion forums with titles like “The Dawn of Heal [...]