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Overcoming Caregiving Concerns

A recent AARP survey found that 76% of adults 50 and older want to live in their homes as long as possible. Yet as their physical, functional, or cognitive needs mount, some are reluctant to accept the help they need, which can compromise their safety and eventually jeopardize their…
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Home Safety Tips

Job #1 is making it safe when moving your aging parent or loved one into your home—or helping them age in place in their own home. Look at the home from the perspective of a person who uses a wheelchair or is a fall risk. You need a plan…
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Tips For Communication Among Caregivers

Every Sunday night, my former client, Anna, became exasperated when her 85-year-old mother, Lillian, had her once-a-week phone call with Anna’s brother, Don. With Anna, Lillian was perennially sour, complaining of pain. But on her calls with Don, she sounded chipper and contented…

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Depression & Older Adults

When you have depression, you have trouble with daily life for weeks at a time. Doctors call this condition “depressive disorder” or “clinical depression.” Depression is a real illness. It is not a sign of a person’s weakness or a character flaw. You can’t “snap out of” clinical depression…

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