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Recommended Reading for July 2019

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How to Say it To Seniors: Closing the Communication Gap with Our Elders  By David Solie   In How to Say It to Seniors, geriatric psychology expert David Solie offers help in removing the typical communication blocks many experiences with the elderly. By sharing his insights into the later stages of life, Solie helps in understanding the unique […]

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Recommended Reading for June 2019

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My Mother, Your Mother: What to Expect as Parents Ageby: Dennis McCullough Thanks to advances in science and medicine, more of our parents are living longer than ever before. And though we are rewarded with more time with the people we love, we are also faced with new sets of complications—more diseases, more disability, more […]

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Recommended Reading for May 2019

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Bridging the Gap:  Life Lessons from the Dying By: Kimberly C. Paul Live vicariously through Kimberly C. Paul as she shares personal stories and the life lessons she has learned while working with hospice patients over the last 18 years. Each chapter will inspire you to design your own life and death around what matters […]

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Reading Recommendations for April 2019

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The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up By: Marie Kondo   The #1 New York Times bestselling guide to decluttering your home and the inspiration for the hit Netflix show Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Despite constant efforts to declutter your home, do papers still accumulate like snowdrifts and clothes pile up like a tangled mess of noodles? […]

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Recommended Reading for March 2019

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Getting Older – Moving Smarter: Walking and Running Tips  By Joe Sinclair   Joe Sinclair decided to become a marathon runner—after turning sixty-two. He soon accomplished his goal but was disappointed to find himself an anomaly as an older runner. A firm believer that there is an athlete in all of us—regardless of age, shape, or body type—Sinclair […]

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Recommended Reading for January 2019

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Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, By Dr. Roger Landry This book is a call to action: for individuals to live a lifestyle that will give them the best chance to maximize their potential as they age; for organizations and communities to become places where older adults can reach their […]

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Recommended Reading for December 2018

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The Forgotten Carols:  A Christmas Story and Songs By: Michael McLean The Forgotten Carols” is an innovative storybook/CD about a nurse whose empty life is changed by her patient, John. As the story moves along, the characters in the novel break into song, which are included on the compact disc. Click here to purchase.

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Recommended Reading for November 2018

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Happiness Is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year Among the Oldest Old By:  John Leland An extraordinary look at what it means to grow old and a heartening guide to well-being, Happiness Is a Choice You Make weaves together the stories and wisdom of six New Yorkers who number among the “oldest old”― those eighty-five and […]

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Recommended Reading for October 2018

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10,000 Joys and 10,000 Sorrows: A Couple’s Journey through Alzheimer’s By, Olivia Hoblitzelle Hoblitzelle’s title reflects her Buddhist leanings (“Accept everything”) and accurately sums up the mix of anguish — and, surprisingly, joy — that washed over her and her husband of 35 years, Hob, as they dealt with his Alzheimer’s. When the couple embarked on this final […]

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Recommended Reading for September 2018

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The Caregiver’s Survival Handbook: How to Care for Your Aging Parent Without Losing Yourself  By: Alexis Abramson One of the frustrating aspects of being a woman in the “sandwich generation” is feeling underappreciated — feeling like your own needs are not being met while you’re caught in between meeting the needs of both children and […]

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