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This Is For You, The Caregiver


I’ve seen it in your eyes, I’ve heard it in your voice, and I’ve read it in your email. You’re stressed. You’re scared. You’re exhausted. You’re at wit’s end. Every time I speak to you, caregiver, I am taken back to a time where I was also stressed, scared, exhausted, and at my wit’s end. You...
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A Family Decision


All across the country, senior retirement communities offer a safe and healthy alternative to staying at home. It can be difficult, however, to know the right time to make a move into such a community. Family members are often involved in helping their parents find a new home and the struggle with the decision to move....
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PROBATE IS VOLUNTARY! How To Avoid Probate, Courts and Lawyers


What is probate: Probate is the court administered distribution of the assets of someone who died. Simple? No! Almost everyone familiar with probate tries to avoid it. Today, we have a relatively inexpensive and uncomplicated way to avoid attorneys (fees) and courts (costs) when someone dies. And that is why probate is voluntary. Why should you...
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Activities for a Person Living with Alzheimer’s Disease


As the number of people affected by Alzheimer’s grows, there is an increasing need to understand the activity requirements of someone with Alzheimer’s disease. Activities are a key component of daily living that provides a soothing and calming routine, which in turn can lower feelings of aggression or agitation. As the disease progresses, the type...
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