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Medicare Doesn’t Pay

 Family caregivers are often shocked to learn that Medicare does not pay for the type of care most beneficial to family members who need care and support to remain at home.  Medicare A and B pay for hospitalizations, rehabilitation in nursing...

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Too Busy To Care

How many of us find ourselves too busy to really care?  I recently helped a client identify a care community for a loved one who experienced a long list of health complications.  This was a rather long journey of identifying communities, having...

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Protecting Your Virtual Life

My niece recently posted questionable information on the internet that appeared on my Facebook page because we were friends; after reading the content I immediately and secretly “un-friended” her.  I didn't want the information in her post to...

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Caregiver Isolation

Caregivers deserve kindness, support and empathy.  That's often the opposite of a caregivers daily experience.  The general public isn't drawn to sad, unexpected or unpleasant events in life.  Sad events happen only to other people:  a diagnosis...

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Last Moments- You Never Know When …

If you have never experienced a last moment yet, let me tell you they occur like any other moment during any given day.  You rarely know when a last moment will  happen.  Looking back there might have been signs a last moment was about to occur...

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Paradigms in Caregiving

Ever wonder why your personal physician, your friends who aren't caregivers or others just don't get what you're going through?  It's because we all live with different paradigms - patterns and ways of thinking.  Not many physicians have ever...

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