Patrick Timpone

Christina Steinorth


Topic: Got Aging Parents? There Are 7 Ways to Make Their Life Better

According to relationship expert and author Christina Steinorth, MA, MFT, who did her master’s thesis on what aging parents expect from their kids, the number one thing they wanted was to hear from their kids.

How simple is that?

Steinorth shares 7 easy ways to improve the lives of aging parents, and will discuss:

– An easy activity to do with one’s parents that’s fun, bonding, and improves cognition

– How to encourage them to exercise and be social–and all the ways it can benefit them

– How to look for solutions that will make their household safer and more ergonomic

– New roles for siblings and family members that improve parents’ quality of life


Psychotherapist Christina Steinorth MA MFT has been featured in publications such as Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Woman’s Day, Fox News Magazine, and The Chicago Tribune, among many others. Her critically acclaimed new book is Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships (Hunter House, 2013). Learn more at


christina steinorth, taking care of older folks with grace, march 26, 2013

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