Eldercare ABC Blog Carnival-Septemeber 29th, 2010

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Welcome to the September 29, 2010 edition of the EldercareABC Blog  Carnival

Other caregiving news seen and heard this week:
Dr. Thaddeus Bell explains that  too many times he has seen elderly not being taken care of in the way that he would have taken care of his mother and father. Read  and see more at ICYou.
At The New Old Age Blog, Dale Russakof writes about a new movie,  “Beautiful Hills of Brooklyn.” The movie, a documentary tells the story of the life of Joanna Merlin. He writes: It sounds so ordinary and unremarkable, which is exactly why Ms. Sylvester, 22 years after her death, is experiencing a rebirth of sorts as Every Elder. A film of her life, “Beautiful Hills of Brooklyn,” has won awards at film festivals from Los Angeles to Moscow, and will be shown on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan.

Eleanor Feldman Barbera, PhD shares  her hopes of Bridging the CNA Divide at My Better Nursing Home.

 

Sharon Shaw Elrod MSW Ed at the Senior Citizen Journal wrote an interesting post on Senior Caregiving for Parents With Dementia.

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