December 23rd Eldercare Blog Carnival

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Welcome to this week's EldercareABC Blog Carnival

EldercareABC Carnival

Alvaro Fernandez presents Michael Merzenich on Brain Training, Assessments, and Personal Brain Trainers posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Here's a stimulating interview with brain scientist Michael Merzenich. Who will be the "personal brain trainers" of the future?"

Seen and heard about eldercare this week:

Oprah.com Community: clutter versus caring for elder ...

Re: clutter versus caring for elder. Dec 20, 2008 3:33 PM | In response to: wonaday. wonaday Happy holidays. Humming my new mantra: eliminating creates illumination, while sorting piles into three bags full. How are you doing? ...

Monday Night Open Thread: Abuse of an Elder Abuser? - TalkLeft ...

Don had a one year old granddaughter when he died but he never knew it. Ruth is Dons mother. Karen is the woman who gave up the child and Michelle is the child. this is all happening over the holidays. just in the last week or so. ...

Minnesota Elder Economic Security Initative: Elders and Wisdom

As 2010 is approaching, I am hoping we can all reflecting the role of elders play in our lives. And remember, just because it is not immediately observable, do not mean it is not impacting us in some way. Happy Holidays! ...

Holidays Expose Elder Care Needs « Minnesota HomeCare ...

Across the nation this holiday season, thousands of families will slam into the reality that life has changed for aging parents — dad is far more frail than relatives thought, mom forgot to prepare the holiday feast, the house is filthy ...

5 Holiday Blues Busters | Psychology Today

Happy holidays." 5) A sure way to feel better is to stop thinking about yourself and go out and do some volunteer work. Right now. Help your elder neighbor with the yard work, serve meals at your local food shelter, go to a park and ...

Baby Boomer [Knowledge Center]™: The Holidays and Aging Parents

Elder financial abuse is a serious and growing problem in the U.S.and across the world. It is estimated to cost our elders over 40 billion dollars a year, through trickery, scams and theft. Educated and intelligent people can be taken ...

e implications of universal design and visitability for the holidays.

Senior Care Dallas Elder Caregivers - Safe Holiday Tips for ...

Even if you're not driving through a blizzard, the effects of winter weather pose a mobility challenge for everyone, whether it's the possibility of slipping on the sidewalk or delayed flights due to icy runways.

Visiting Your Aging Parents at the Holidays in East Brunswick, New ...

The holiday season is an ideal opportunity to check up on your aging parents. Here is a great article from agingcare.com. Visit us at www.middlesexnj.rightathome.net or www.ltcep.com/sholom for help with an aging loved one. ...

Holiday Elder Blues Depression or Dementia? « Caring for Aging Parents

Holiday Elder Blues Depression or Dementia? November 12, 2009 by rmauterstock. The holiday season is quickly coming upon us. If you are a caregiver for an elderly loved one, you may notice a change in your loved one's mood as the ...

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