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Posts from August, 2013

  • Transitioning Roles from Parent to Adult Child – Adapting to a Reversed Way of Life Transitioning Roles from Parent to Adult Child – Adapting to a Reversed Way of Life Aging is a part of life and something that most individuals will experience. Reversing the role between parent and child is one of the most difficult challenges within the aging process. As a child, you want to respect the wishes and independence of your weakening parent and ... Learn More
  • The Aid & Attendance Benefit for Veterans The Aid & Attendance Benefit for Veterans This blog courtesy of Kyle Laramie, President and Co-Founder of Veterans Care Coordination, a national organization that assists veterans and spouses in obtaining the Aid and Attendance benefit. This blog courtesy of Kyle Laramie, President and Co-Founder of Veterans Care ... Learn More
  • Home Helpers is Raising Awareness for Elderly Abuse & Neglect Home Helpers is Raising Awareness for Elderly Abuse & Neglect In support of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15, Home Helpers is raising awareness about elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. Throughout the world, abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults remains a hidden problem that is largely under-recognized and under-reported. ... Learn More
  • Alzheimer’s Care Tip #10: Never Force, Instead Reinforce Alzheimer’s Care Tip #10: Never Force, Instead Reinforce This is part of an ongoing series of guest blogs written by Jo Huey, the Alzheimer’s Advocate ® , founder of the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Institute . In our last post, we talked about the Ninth Absolute of communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s: Never condescend, ... Learn More
  • Alzheimer’s Care Tip #9: Never Condescend, Instead Encourage/Praise Alzheimer’s Care Tip #9: Never Condescend, Instead Encourage/Praise This is part of an ongoing series of guest blogs written by Jo Huey, the Alzheimer’s Advocate ® , founder of the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Institute . In our last post, we talked about the 8 th Absolute of communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s: Never command/demand, ... Learn More
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