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Turkey Talk Wednesday with Sue Salach

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Pro-Active Caregiving during the Holidays

Many elderly are able to mask declining health throughout the year because they are able to keep a fairly steady routine. During the holidays, when schedules are more erratic, family caregivers may be able to detect signs of physical and … Continue reading

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Coping with Loss during the Holidays

The Hallmark movies always conclude with some type of Christmas miracle and joy for the characters in the story, however; in real life many people are experiencing unimaginable grief and loss during this holiday season. The journey of grief seems … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Christmas Ideas for Caregivers

Having trouble finding the perfect gift for your favorite caregiver? Don’t worry just yet. You don’t actually need to buy anything grand or spend a huge amount of money to show how much you care. Sometimes, simple acts of kindness … Continue reading

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Boundary Tip #6 – Take Care of Yourself First

This holiday season try to find ways to take care of yourself FIRST.  By doing this you not only enjoy the season but you also teach others around you how to have a more meaning in their season.  By modeling boundaries … Continue reading

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Boundary Tip #5 – Be Creative and Meaningful

If you were to take a random poll of the people you know and ask them about their favorite holiday memory, the majority of them would be connected with meaningful moments spent with loved ones more than they would be about … Continue reading

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Boundary Tip #4 – Buy Online

Each of us has that friend, co-worker or maybe our own inner shopper who is at the department store at 5:00am waiting for the doors to open the day after Thanksgiving.  The rest of us like either have to work or … Continue reading

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