EldercareABC, Inc. December 22nd, 2010 Blog Carnival


Welcome to the EldercareABC, Inc. December 22nd, 2010 Blog Carnival

Kaye Swain presents Baby Boomers Caring for Elderly Parents? Medicare News and Information and More! posted at SandwichINK.com, saying, "No time to waste. If you are caring for elderly parents and need to make changes to their Medicare coverage, the time is now! Check out these resource links!"

Rarick presents Easy Activities Caregivers can do with Seniors with Dementia | Senior Caregiver Support posted at Senior Caregiver Support: Honest Advice for the Realities of Caregiving, saying, "Sarahcare adult day care caregiver support blog providing tips and advise to family caregivers who are responsible for the care of their aging senior loved one."

Denise Harris presents Exercise Your Aging Brain posted at Able Mart | Disabilities and Aging, saying, "Games can help your aging brain stay limber."

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  3. Hi, Thanks for another interesting and informative blog carnival, and thank you for including SandwichINK as part of it. :) I so agree with Denise that games are a great way for all of us aging baby boomers and seniors to exercise our brains. My grandkids and I love to play together with Webkinz stuffed virtual animals at Webkinz World. They love the checkers best (great critical thinking skills for all ages) and I love the Word Scramble - as good as crossword puzzles at exercising my brain. And they find it a fun phonics resource. As a Sandwich Generation granny nanny I love it when I can find positive and easy activities for all ages - from the young grandkids thru us boomers to our senior parents.