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  • Walking the Walk…. How I Finally Put My Money Where My Mouth Was.

    October 2, 2017
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    I have all kinds of advice for caregivers. My business is devoted to offering help and support for those who are caring for seniors. I am passionate about my business and have spent countless hours researching ways to improve these peoples’ lives. I believe that caring for a senior, especially one with whom you have



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  • The Greatest Gift

    November 25, 2015
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    Holidays are a time for gathering with the significant people in our lives. Usually this is family, many times extended family. If we are lucky, we spend the day or several days catching up on each other’s lives, talking about plans for the future, or reviewing lives that are drawing to a close. In talking



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  • The Conversation: If Joan Rivers can do it, so can we!

    October 19, 2014
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    It may feel like we spend a lot of time talking about end of life planning. We are becoming a lot more open and realistic about our options and so are making better, more specific plans, right? Not really…. A new report called “Dying in America” was released by the Institute of Medicine in September



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  • Exercise and Our Elders

    June 4, 2013
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    A truly balanced lifestyle is one that combines good nutrition, regular physical activity and a healthy mental outlook. We try our best to maintain this balance through our lives even though for many of us it proves difficult. If we can make the effort, however, the pay off is great. Our mood is better, our



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  • Why Are They So Grumpy?

    May 21, 2013
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    As it turns out, getting old is another developmental stage. Remember those stages, infancy, toddlerhood, pre-school, school-age, adolescence, and so on? The tasks of those developmental stages include, learning to trust, becoming independant, learning to take initiative, working to accomplish a task and identifying your role in life. End of life is a continuation of



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