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Category Archives for Aging Parent Issues

How to Write a Eulogy

A eulogy is a speech or piece of writing that honors a person’s life and is usually delivered at their funeral or memorial service. Family caregivers who spent considerable time caring for aging and

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Helping Dementia Patients

Helping Dementia Patients

This article was posted on natural-health-alternative.blogspot.com/ A while ago, I wrote about some fascinating research in The Teplitz Report that was conducted by the Langer Mindfulness Institute

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Indiana Originals Interviews Diana Beam

On Sunday, December 2, 2018, Mel McMahon and Terri Stacy spoke with Diana Beam of Keeping In Touch Solutions about how they can help you stay in touch with your elderly loved ones, the fight against loneliness,

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caregiver support for aging parents

How Do I Know if Mom Has Alzheimer’s?

This article was originally posted on Easy Living. I’ve noticed Mom is increasingly forgetful. Is this just normal aging? How do I know if Mom has Alzheimer’s? And, what’s the difference between

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caregiver support for aging parents

Three Signs Your Aging Dad’s Stubbornness Could Kill Him

Perhaps your Dad’s always been a bit set in his ways. We get it, lots of Dads have a stubborn streak. They’re often fiercely independent, survivors and leaders throughout their lives. For these Dads,

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caregiver support

Strategies To Cope When Life Gets Difficult

Let’s face it – sometimes, life throws just one too many curve balls.  It happens to all of us – one day the totally unexpected happens that catches you by surprise.  Suddenly, in

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ageism hurts everyone

Ageism: It’s Not Good For Anyone

This was a post I saw in Senior Planning Services, talking about ageism and how it’s bad for everyone in America. I hope you find it as interesting as I did. Please share your comments after reading

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long distance caregiving

Long Distance Caregiving: Should You Move Closer To Home?

The stress makes it feel like an impossible decision. Should you remain where you live now as a long distance caregiver – or should you move closer to your aging parents? Should you give up your

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Caregiving is as good for the giver as it is for the recipient.

Being a Caregiver Can Be Good For You

Caregivers take heart, research is showing that caring for others is good for you! It’s a tough job, that’s for sure, but there are significant benefits being found. An article at Time.com reported

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perceptions of agina

Aging: Expectations and Reality

Aging. Getting old. What does that really mean? Think back to when you were young – and think about what you hear from young people today. There is such a stigma in America about getting old. So let’s

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