March 3rd EldercareABC Blog Carnival

Welcome to the March 3, 2010 edition of the EldercareABC  Blog Carnival

June Tree presents Working Past Retirement: Job Seekers Over Age 55 posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "What happens if you need to work during your golden years?"

Kaye Swain presents Lighter Alternative to Snow Boots for Women and Men of the Sandwich Generation posted at, saying, "Spare Spikes are handy tools for Sandwich Generation senior home care givers and their winter weather emergency kits. They can help you and your senior parent walk more safely in an unexpected snowstorm."

TSW Blog presents Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall For Hope posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Dave Ramsey's conservative financial advice is highly suitable for seniors."

Derrick Grant presents Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Discrimination in Health Care and Long-Term Care Settings: Gen Silent, a Documentary Film posted at

Tom Bills presents Pet Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care at Home posted at, saying, "For senior loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia, studies show that pet therapy offers emotional, cognitive and social benefits. Pet therapy is a proven, practical and alternative way to relieve depression, calm anxieties, and contribute to an enhanced fullness of life."

That concludes this edition. Thanks to everyone for their wonderful submissions!  Submit your blog article to the next edition of eldercareabc carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

3 Responses

  1. Hi, Thanks for another interesting blog carnival! And for including SandwichINK as part of it. :) Have a blessed week.
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