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Caregiving and Alzheimer’s: Asking the Right Questions

A frustrated friend called me for help while visiting her mother. Her mother’s Alzheimer’s was progressing and she was exhibiting some, let’s say, wearisome behaviors (to my friend that is). It had been over a week and her mother refused … Continue reading

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As caregivers we must listen to our own needs

This month I am taking time out to “share the love” by having guest blog appearances and articles. I recently participated in an eldercare chat with Eldercare providers, bloggers and such on TWITTER (which by the way it totally cool) … Continue reading

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