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Caregiving, Family, and The Holidays

Caregiving, family, and the holidays; all emotional words depending on one’s perception of combining all three together. For some caregiving is an emotionally draining act. For others being with family during the holidays (or any time during the year) stirs up...

Dementia and Prescription Drugs

Common prescription drugs prescribed to older adults, especially those diagnosed with dementia or other forms of memory loss like Alzheimer’s Disease, actually may increase the degree of memory loss or confusion. Many older adults use their primary care...

Care Communities: The Right Choice

I was visiting with staff at a retirement community in Denver recently and we were talking about helping older adults and family members make the right choice in communities.  Questions arose about our program Precious...

Resenting Your Loved One

You became an unexpected caregiver.  Your life changed in the blink of an eye.  You are mourning your old life.  You resent the person for whom you provide care.   Changes that take away from aspects of life that caregivers find enjoyable result in resentment.  Both...

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