May 19th, 2010 EldercareABC Blog Carnival

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Welcome to the May 19th, 2010 EldercareABC Blog Carnival!

The Blog Carnival site is down tonight, so I'll add the submissions once it is accessible again.  In case that doesn't happen soon, here are some interesting eldercare and caregiving news and posts from around the web.


Gail Sheehy: "Passages in Caregiving" | The Diane Rehm Show from ...

More than 50 million Americans are caring for a spouse, parent or relative who has a serious illness. Author and journalist Gail Sheehy identifies eight crucial stages of caregiving, drawing on her experience caring for her husband...

Caregiving.com: Helping You Help Family and Friends

Caregiving.com helps persons caring for family members and friends with chronic illnesses. We walk with you on your caregiving journey.

Who Moved My Dentures? Essential Information for Boomers on ...

Who Moved My Dentures? Essential Information for Boomers on Healthcare, Aging and Caregiving. Tuesday, May 18, 2010. Caffeine Can Slow Progression of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases. From McKnight's -. Caffeine helps us stay alert. ...

under my wing-a caregiving blog: pillole, pastillas....

I have still not gotten used to that connection of bodily dis-ease with increased mental dis-ease and don't think of it at first. It will come to me more quickly, I know, as I get more accustomed to this life of caregiving. ...

Aging Parents: Washington Post Caregiving-Financing Series « As ...

This past Sunday personal finance columnist, Michelle Singletary, wrote about her introduction to the aging parent/adult child caregiving experience after her father-in-law, in his 80′s, required daily assistance and moved in with his ...

Elder Care: Falling in Old Age Linked to Altered Blood Flow in Brain

Selected research and solidly sourced news and information about elder care, compiled by the editors of the Stone Hearth Newsletters. To contact Stone Hearth, click here. Tuesday, May 18, 2010. Falling in Old Age Linked to Altered Blood ...

Baby boomer and senior internet usage trends « Eldercare Research ...

Eldercare Research & Data. A compilation of research & data of interest to eldercare non-profits. « Report on financial insecurity faced by older African Americans & older Latinos · Baby boomer and senior internet usage trends ...
THE BED BATH – GOOD FOR THE ELDERLY, THOSE WITH DEMENTIA, THE BED ...

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Sandwich Families And Elder Care | Planet of Rock Blog

You are in the middle of two generations with different needs. The demands of your children are pulling you in one direction. The expectations of your parent or.

Patricia Grace presents Swallowing problems in the elderly posted at Aging with Grace CareConnection.

June Tree presents TradeKing IRA Account: Get A Tax Deferral posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "If you still have time to open an IRA account for your golden years, you could consider one with a top broker. Money in IRA accounts is tax deferred until you start withdrawing your funds."

Francis Thomas presents 25 iPad Apps Revolutionizing Healthcare posted at Master of Public Health, saying, "There was a lot of buzz in public health circles with the release of the iPad, since it promises a more mobile way of access patient information and of finding answers to common questions. Healthcare professionals make use of information everyday, and it is possible that the iPad can help streamline processes, as well as provide doctors and other healthcare professionals with the tools they need to diagnose and treat disease."

Edna Goldberg presents The Ultimate Guide to Public Health Resources posted at Masters in Public Health, saying, "What is Public Health? Public Health is the science of protecting and improving the health of communities. Educating people about healthy lifestyles, researching disease and injury prevention, and developing ways to make communities healthier are all part of a public health professional’s job."

That's it for this week-- thanks for reading and thanks to those who submitted a post. As soon as I can get into the Blog Carnival, we'll add them here!

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