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Don't Toss My Memories In The Trash Book Twin Cities MN Don’t Toss My Memories In The Trash: A Step-By-Step Guide to Helping Seniors Downsize, Organize and Move By Vickie Dellaquila This book is written by a certified professional organizer. Her expertise, caring nature and experience comes through as she gives tips and strategies for successfully downsizing and moving. Her stories and step by step suggestions […] Continue reading →

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A Complete Guide to Understanding and Living with COPD: from a COPDer’s Perspective by R. D. Martin A Complete Guide to Understanding and Living with COPD: from a COPDer’s Perspective by R. D. Martin My 88 year old mother is living with COPD. Typically you think of smokers having this diagnosis but in the case of my mom, she never smoked a day in her life. When there is more humidity or […] Continue reading →

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ABA/AARP Checklist for My Family: A Guide to My History, Financial Plans and Final Wishes Twin Cities MN Recommended Reading Checklist For My Family, A Guide To My History, Financial Plans, And Final Wishes By Sally Balch Hurme This new book from the AARP and the American Bar Association is a comprehensive guide to organizing things for your family. While the guide may seem long you will likely find sections that do not […] Continue reading →

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What If It's Not Alzheimer's? A Caregiver's Guide to Dementia Twin Cities MN What If It’s not Alzheimer’s?  A Caregiver Guide to Dementia Editors Gary Radin, Lisa Radin, There are many types of dementia, Alzheimer’s being the most well-known, yet another type of dementia we are hearing more about is frontotemporal degeneration otherwise known as FTD. Recently at the Meeting of the Minds Conference, more attention was given […] Continue reading →

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Still Alice by Lisa Genova Twin Cities MN Elder Care Education Reading Still Alice by Lisa Genova This book has been in the news recently because of it being made into a motion picture by Sony Pictures Classics. Lisa Genova the author and neuroscientist had her work rejected by several publishers originally so she self-published.  Still Alice became 5 on the top seller list in January 2009.   […] Continue reading →

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Seniorwriting Journaling Memories Experiences Self Publishing Twin Cities MN Seniorwriting: A Brief Guide for Seniors Who Want to Write By Marlys Marshall Styne <img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-585" alt="Seniorwriting Journaling Memories Experiences Self Publishing Twin Cities MN" src="http://agewiseassisted.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/seniorwriting-how-to-write-keep-record-journaling-twin-cities-mn-cover-195×300 click here for more info.png” width=”195″ height=”300″ srcset=”http://agewiseassisted.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/seniorwriting-how-to-write-keep-record-journaling-twin-cities-mn-cover-195×300.png 195w, http://agewiseassisted.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/seniorwriting-how-to-write-keep-record-journaling-twin-cities-mn-cover.png 223w” sizes=”(max-width: 195px) 100vw, 195px” />In looking for our next read we came across this book. If […] Continue reading →

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AARP Book The Other Talk by Tim Prosch Elderly Care Education The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children About the Rest of Your Life by Tim Prosch The Other Talk is written for those who want to have a guide for talking to their children about their last years. This is a subject people aren’t comfortable talking about…just as that talk with […] Continue reading →

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Elder Care Communities South Twin Cities MN Creating Vital Aging Communities – How You and Your Community Can Age Successfully Together By Robert D. Ramsey, Ed.D. The future of our aging population and communities will be what we make of it. You and the community you live in can grow older and stronger together. How? There’s a book for that. This little book […] Continue reading →

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How to Prevent Falls Book Education Dr. Betty Perkins Carpenter How To Prevent Falls: Better Balance, Independence and Energy in 6 Simple Steps By PH.D. Betty Perkins Carpenter This book is written in a simple format. It explains how you can reduce falls, and helps you improve your balance. The author is an expert in fitness and hold workshops for medical professionals, health organizations and […] Continue reading →

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Recommended Reading What Are Old People For Twin Cities MN Senior Care Education “What Are Old People For? How Elders Will Save The World” by Dr. William Thomas Dr. Thomas is a geriatrician, author and consultant for AARP. He also speaks on holistic approaches to aging and elder care. His sometimes-controversial ideas have won him an award from the Giraffe Project (for sticking his neck out). In this […] Continue reading →