Tag Archives: holidays

How to Cope With Grief During the Holidays

By JoAnne Funch The holiday season is a joyous time for most, but those who have experienced a loss, this usually festive time of the year can be a painful reminder that your loved one is no longer around. You wonder how will you cope with grief? Everyone experiences loss of those they love, but…
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Senior Care – Holiday Tips For Family Caregivers

By Murphy Ortiz The holidays can be joyful and exciting. It's a time for family and friends to gather and share holiday traditions. The holidays can also be a time of added stress. Juggling work and family obligations while trying to accomplish all of the holiday preparations such as shopping, baking, wrapping etc. can be…
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What Seniors Want For The Holidays

By Hadas AbouafIt's that time of the year again, and once more, you're racking your brain on what to get for Grandma, an elderly aunt, or your nice neighbor who retired many years ago and who has a house full of "stuff." Let's face it- these days we all need to be frugal with our…
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Holiday Visits Give Opportunities For Senior Care Check-up

Do your parents live in another city, state or country from you? Do you only enjoy a lengthy visit with them at the year-end holidays? If this is the case, remember to take a complete assessment of their current care needs while you are visiting. This will allow you to prevent emergency senior care planning…
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November 25th EldercareABC Blog Carnival

Welcome to the November 25th EldercareABC Blog Carnival As the holidays approach, last week we asked for participants to submit their caregiving holiday tips & stories. Caregiving holiday tips & stories muse presents Playing Cards With "Grandpa" posted at me-ander. Kaye Swain presents November Resources for The Sandwich Generation posted at SandwichINK.com, saying, "November is…
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