Welcome to the December 8, 2010 edition of the EldercareABC Blog Carnival!
Tom Bills presents Alzheimers Disease | 5 Educational Videos posted at Elder Care | Mother In Law Suites, saying, "Five short educational videos on Alzheimers disease, designed to help you learn more about what Alzheimers really is and in so doing reduce the stigma, improve care, and help the fight against this deadly disease."
Mary presents Get a Free Year of Service From Lifefone posted at Caregiver Connections by LifeFone, saying, "This year we’d like to share the gift of “peace of mind” with you or your loved one so we’re giving away one year of Lifefone Personal Medical Alarm service including a Pendant or Wristlet. Please subscribe to our blog or like us on Facebook. Then email us at email@example.com or add a post telling us why you think you should win the free year! Winner will be selected on 12/23. It’s just our way of showing we care during this special season."
Other caregiving news seen and heard this week:
Fees at assisted living facilities rise when staffers determine that residents need more care. But what if the family disagrees?
long term care. in the future,” said Colleen Goldhammer, senior vice president, financial institutions distribution, at Genworth. “This disconnect can be potentially dangerous, as it may discourage people from developing their own ...
For millions of Americans who find themselves in the role of caregiver to an older frail, ill, or disabled relative, the holiday season can add to an already heavy load of responsibilities and cause feelings of stress to soar. Stress.
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) May 8, 2008 No one likes to talk about elder care. Almost no one plans enough for getting older. And no one wants.
Covering All Your Senior Family Member's Care Needs.
NPR has an interesting story on a current at-home-care political controversy (read the whole thing here). Some background: For states, it's the big.
Comforting Bible verses & warm friendships on and offline can be so encouraging to the Sandwich Generation caring for elderly parents & grandkids & Fun Giveaway...
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