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Amy Goyer Apr 18
This fall detection device/home assistant is an all in one engagement system - the first I’ve seen that can detect a fall in the home with NO wearable device. In beta testing now - and will pilot w/Medicare Advantage plans & dual eligibles.
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Memoryz Apr 17
About six million Canadians are balancing their careers with duties and experts say the realities of an aging population mean it’s time to face the situation head on.
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RubySells! 12h
Sharing family caregiving resources with Jessamine Co. seniors with .
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NIH ADEAR Center 9h
Caregivers—remember that caring for an older family member requires teamwork. Consider your strengths and allow others to lend a hand with other tasks.
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Market Street Viera 7h
Did you know that we provide medication management services for residents? It's our way of making sure they stay safe. shares their tips on how to practice medication safety with your loved one:
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Mindlight Apr 23
Emergency Preparedness Plan Home Details Emergency Preparedness Plan Home Details This week in our series we will discuss Emergency Preparedness Plan: Home Details. In last weeks post, we talked about your… Read More
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AARP Nebraska 9h
expert shares her personal story with members about her caregiving journey for her grandparents, parents and sister.
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DiverseElders Apr 19
For a family , thoughts of escaping to a white sand beach, a new city or even just a nearby charming little town may seem out of the realm of possibility. But experts agree that planning for leisure time is important. via
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Amy Goyer 12h
Had a great conversation today on the (very early!) morning show in Lincoln, NE about family & finding balance. Thx for bringing me to Nebraska to help out - Nebraska caregivers are lucky to have you fighting for them!
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TakingCareofGrandma Apr 22
Everyone's pretty quiet this week. We'll see ya next week, same time to talk about during .
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Stan Goldberg, Ph.D. 1h
How to prevent depression from chronic illness. SEE
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Tim Colleran 3h
Begin to discuss wishes with loved ones long before they cannot make decisions for themselves. Include the whole family in discussions and plans.
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Stephanie Fischer Apr 22
. report finds that “About a quarter of the nation’s 40 million family caregivers live with the fear that they will make a mistake on vital medical tasks such as giving injections or caring for wounds that could harm their loved ones”
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Home Helprs Narberth 7h
We take our commitment to families seriously, and we’re proud of our talented team and the work we do. Whether it’s an hour per day or 24/7 care, we provide the very best for our clients. Call 484-461-8887 today!
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Barry Birkett 57m
Opportunity and resource for family caregivers ~~> Share, Learn, and at National Conference | Senior Care Corner
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Hearts and Hands HHC 13h
When you think of paying it forward, you may think of paying for a stranger’s coffee or food in line behind you. What you may not think about is what kindness looks like in your own home.
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Dana Lee Hagstrom 2h
Do you have a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's? If there's truth to the DNA info, I'll soon have access to something that can predict dementia in my future!! ~
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Outpatient Apr 23
Replying to @GetOutpatient
1) Be Proactive: Sit down and have an honest conversation with your parents before they are sick, incapacitated or otherwise unable to communicate effectively.
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ZaggoCare 3h
Caregiving is stressful and exhausting. Did you know that some Medicare plans cover respite care so caregivers can great a break? Learn more in our guest post by Medicare expert Danielle Kunkle Roberts from :
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Your Life Pensacola 10h
Find humor in your journey! 😆 Why? It helps to... 1) Lighten the mood and strengthen bonds. 2) Create a sense of familiarity and trust. 3) Boost mood and feelings of well-being. To learn more about our exceptional , call (850) 898-3334.
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