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Transitions in Care

Transitions in Care Twin Cities MN
By Eunice K. Neubauer, CSA In working with many clients over the years, I’ve seen good transitions as well as bad transitions in care. Information is so critical to the decisions at hand. Transitions in care are difficult, emotionally and physically and can have a major impact on finances and relationships. An organization called National […]
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Recommended Reading

Meditations for Caregivers By Barry J Jacobs Psy.D. and Julia L Mayer Psy.D. This new book of meditations for caregivers was published by AARP and the authors are a husband and wife team. It draws from their own personal experiences as well as from their clinical experience. They offer meditations, anecdotes and practical advice to […]
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Long Term Care Costs

Long Term Senior Care Costs Minneapolis Minnesota
By Eunice K. Neubauer, CSA For the past 13 years Genworth has conducted a cost of care study showing national, state and even regional median costs of care for home health care, adult day, assisted living and nursing home services. Here are some key findings from this year’s study: • Increases in care have risen […]
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Cataracts and Nutrition

Cataracts and Nutrition Education Tips Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs Have you had your eyes examined lately? One of the leading causes of visual impairment as we age is cataracts. While surgical removal is done frequently, trying to prevent them is the better option. According to the American Optometric Association, while some risk factors for cataracts cannot be controlled […]
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Caregiver Burnout in Elders

Caregiver Burnout in Elders Tips Twin Cities MN
By Eunice K. Neubauer, CSA As many of the “greatest generation” are living longer, they are also caregiving longer. It may start out as smaller tasks but over the years the care increases and the burden increases. Sometimes our oldest generation is caring for an adult child due to a disability or mental illness. Caregiving […]
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