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Want to know how to stop aging? Stop living. I mean it. Literally.
Taking a break is important for caregivers
Taking a break is really important for caregivers
I think it’s safe to say, “Death isn’t easy to deal with at any age.”
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No advanced care planning, no way anyone can ensure your health care decisions are known and acted upon if you aren't able to communicate
Family meetings with adult siblings are a useful tool when making key decisions in the care of aging parents or relatives
The Patient as Partners – Working Dialogue Group held its two-day conference in Vancouver last week
Before jumping in with two feet, it's important to ask, 'What assistance is needed and how much?'
Caregiver expends too much energy caring + not enough time to recover physically and emotionally = caregiver burnout
Book challenges readers to see the presence of elders as an essential component in completing our vision of society...
An important step in planning goals related to needs is to develop a "laundry list" of problems
It is equally important for seniors and those caring for them to set goals that support independence, functionality and enjoyment of living
I started thinking about my own Dad and the legacy he left behind for his family. This prompted me to find his memory book...