August 25th, 2010 EldercareABC Blog Carnival

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Welcome to the August 25, 2010 edition of Eldercareabc Carnival!

Eldercare and Caregiving posts seen and heard around the world this week:

In Sandwich IL, Your Toughest Retirement Puzzle: Long-term Care ...

Your Toughest Retirement Puzzle: Long-term Care (Money Magazine) -- Ask someone why he or she bought a long-term-care insurance policy and you will probably.

Dementia and Type 2 Diabetes | Inside Elder Care — Inside Elder Care

Maintaining a healthy body is as important as maintaining a healthy brain in fighting against diabetes.

Secrets of Elder Care | ShoonSports

Secrets of Elder Care. By admin, on August 24th, 2010. Secrets of Elder Care A cookbook designed for the elderly or anyone watching their diet. Recipes are low salt, low fat and low sugar. Secrets of Elder Care ...

TAKE CARE OF SKIN PROBLEMS FOR THE ELDER THE WAY THE NURSING HOME ...

Taking care of skin problems the way the nursing home does means being proactive, and documenting all abnormal skin areas. When the elder has a bruise or.

When Elder-Care Duties Lead to Sibling Rivalry - The Juggle - WSJ

An elderly parent's health problems can complicate anyone's juggle, but they can also torpedo relationships among brothers and sisters.

Ways To Pay For Elder Care | 3GenFamily Blog

Guest post by Alex Guerrero offers different ways family caregivers can pay for care for aging parents.

Battle of the Ages -- Caring for Aging Parents

The strain can take a particular toll on working family caregivers. The Home Instead Senior Care study revealed that 42 percent of caregivers spend more than 30 hours a week caregiving. That's the equivalent of a second full-time job. ...

Focus on Caregiving: Gail Sheehy Talks with Felicitas Rochas ...

It started with her mom's broken hip. But for Felicitas Rochas it multiplied into something much bigger — until she found the right care manager.

Caregiving Comes From the Heart but Education Helps (Minding Our ...

My first elder caregiving experience was with my neighbor, Joe. His wife died, and he was left old, deaf, and alone. His only son lived half a continent away. It was instinctive for me to help, and I never thought, "How long will this ...

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