Archive for May, 2013

Healthy Aging: Accepting Change

Healthy Aging:  Accepting Change

After 7 years, it was time for my client “Sadie” to have a new at-home caregiver.  Her long-time caregiver “Mary” had to leave.  I have to a

Aging in Place, Caregiving, Companionship, Parents Care, Senior Psychology

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Why Your Elderly Parents Aren’t Eating (And What You Can Do About It)

Why Your Elderly Parents Aren’t Eating (And What You Can Do About It)

So much of the care for older people revolves around medical issues . . . appointments, lab tests, hospitalizations, falls, and other complicated issu

Aging in Place, Nutrition, Parents Care

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Help for Senior Caregivers: How to Avoid Hospital Readmission

Help for Senior Caregivers:  How to Avoid Hospital Readmission

(The following is based on information from a printed article prepared by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.) Did you know that, according to the

Aging in Place, Hospital Visits, Parents Care

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