Monthly Archives: August 2015

Recommended Reading from Choice Connections

August 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

Recommended Reading from Choice Connections To Survive Caregiving: A Daughter’s Experience, A Doctor’s Advice on Finding Hope, Help and Health by Md, Facp, Agsf, Cheryl E Woodson (Author) How does a doctor cope when she specializes in older adults and struggles to care for her own ailing parent? Dr. Woodson shares her experience as daughter […]

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Finding Your Way to Safe Driving

August 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

Finding Your Way to Safe Driving As we age, there’s no doubt that driving gets more difficult. For one, our reactions are slower, as our physical and cognitive functions decline. This comes at a time when there are more distractions—GPS, cell phones, digital music players—and more congested roads and aggressive drivers. As a group, senior […]

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Five Myths about Alzheimer’s

August 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

Five Myths about Alzheimer’s Symptoms of Alzheimer’s include problems with memory, judgment, and thinking. Memory loss and dementia will progress as the stages of Alzheimer’s advance. Symptoms can be treated with medication, but there is no cure.  As more and more of us are confronting with this disease, I thought it would be helpful to […]

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I Promised My Parents I’d Never Put Them in a Nursing Home

August 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

I Promised My Parents I’d Never Put Them in a Nursing Home Our parents cared for us and now, as they age, it’s natural that we want to care for them. At first, we figure we’ll stop over at their home and do what they need us to do. That can work for awhile, when […]

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