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Recommended Reading: My Voice, My Choice

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My Voice, My Choice A Practical Guide to Writing a Meaningful Healthcare Directive by Anne Elizabeth Denny This book is written by a local resident of the Twin Cities who’s worked within the health care industry for 16 years and also journeyed with her mother through Alzheimer’s for twenty years. My Voice, My Choice explains […]
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Depression in Older Adults & the Elderly

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May is Mental Health Month Recognize the Signs and Find Treatment that Works The changes that often come in later life – retirement, the death of loved ones, increased isolation, medical problems—can lead to depression. Depression prevents you from enjoying life like you used to. But its effects go far beyond mood. It also impacts your […]
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Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading Through the Wilderness of Alzheimer’s Twin Cities MN
Through the Wilderness of Alzheimer’s By: Robert Simpson, Anne Simpson Nearly four million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, a debilitating neurological disorder affecting the memory that places great stress on the sufferer as well as the caregivers. Robert and Anne Simpson share the story of Bob’s early onset of Alzheimer’s in order to give families accurate, […]
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Senior Housing General Tips

Senior Housing General Tips From the “Questions to Ask” series at www.SeniorsE-Guide.com Deciding where to live as one ages, presents new challenges for many seniors. Anticipating and planning for this stage of life is difficult because how well we will age and how long we will live is unpredictable. Average life expectancy is lengthening, increasing the potential […]
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Parkinson’s Drug in Pipeline

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New Report on Parkinson’s Drug in Pipeline A new report released by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) outlines 37 new Parkinson’s disease drugs either in clinical trials or awaiting review by the Food and Drug Administration. According to the report, several of the 37 medications are “disease modifying therapies focused on protecting the […]
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Coping With Caregiver Burnout

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How to Cope With Caregiver Burnout By Claudia Fine Caring for someone can take a lot out of you — physically, mentally and emotionally — but it doesn’t have to cause caregiver burnout. Learn more about the warning signs of caregiver burnout, and find out how to handle caregiver-related stress. A Portrait of the Burned–Out Caregiver  Your parent, spouse or friend […]
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March is Social Worker Month

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March is Social Worker Month “All People Matter” is the theme that The National Association of Social Workers is promoting for March which is Social Workers month. The American social work profession has a history of 116-years committed to improving social conditions and quality of life opportunities for everyone.  Social workers across the globe believe […]
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Common Vitamin Deficiencies in Seniors

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Common Vitamin Deficiencies in Seniors written by Valerie Michel Buck It’s a common fact that most American do not eat a well balance diet and that fact is ever more widespread in seniors. Mild vitamin deficiencies are common amongst senior and can cause Anemia, cognitive impairment, and increased propensity for developing infections, and poor wound healing […]
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