September 16th Eldercare Blog Carnival


Welcome to the September 16, 2009 edition of the EldercareABC Blog Carnival


We don't accomplish anything in this world alone ... and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads from one to another that creates something. --  Sandra Day O'Connor

Similarly, this carnival is a tapestry that  combines individual posts that come  together  to become this carnival.  I hope you enjoy this week's submissions as much as I have.  -- Mary

Kaye Swain presents iPhone App For the Sandwich Generation: Pocket First Aid & CPR posted at, saying, "Are you a senior home care giver for an aging parent with a history of heart problems? Do you have an iPhone? The American Heart Association has a great new app (application) just for you! And it's not just iPhones that offer that..."

Brian presents CTC Scan vs Colonoscopy: Which Is Better? posted at How To Live a Longer Life, saying, "Lately there has been a movement to find an alternative technique that will bring more people to get their colon screenings done; can a CTC scan fill a needed niche?"

Edie Dykeman presents Can Hairstylists Help Identify Senior Citizens in Need of Health Services? posted at Elder Care Cafe, saying, "Hair stylists may be in a unique position to help aging seniors receive information regarding mental health issues such as depression or self-neglect."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Online Discount Brokers: SmartMoney Broker Survey posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

The Smarter Wallet presents Lending Club Review: Lending Money For Profit posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "How to lend wisely."

Investing Toolkit presents The Successful Stock Investor: Do You Have These Attributes? posted at Investing Toolkit.

Banker Saver presents Sneaky Bank Fees: How To Avoid Those Extra Charges posted at Banker Saver.

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