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Help Grandma Stay Cool

Is Grandma living at home by herself?

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Long Distance Care Giving

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Watch for Clues Your Senior Loved Ones Might Need Help

As you happily pack your luggage for a trip to visit your aging parents or grandparents, I would like you to think about this story:

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Aging Parents and The Ugly Realities of Alzheimer’s Disease

 

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Do You Love Your Heart? Ways to Turn Stress into Calm

 

Do You Love Your Heart?
Ways to Turn Stress into Calm

February is associated with the color red, love, Special Valentines, chocolates and the American Heart Month. Women of any age, caregivers, and our elderly mom and grandma would all appreciate a box of chocolate this time of the year (dark chocolate is good for your health).

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Staying on Top of Things: Aging Parents Telling Signs

 

Staying on Top of Things: Aging Parents Telling Signs

By Diana Beam

Thanksgiving is over and you are home from visiting your aging parents. You may have had a great time sharing and eating all your favorite dishes that mom has been cooking for years. Have you noticed anything different with your aging parents?

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You Can’t Unscramble Scrambled Eggs…

You Can