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Parkinson's Disease 300 Tips for Making Life Easier Twin Cities MN
Parkinson’s Disease: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier By Shelley Peterman Schwarz April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month. In preparing for that we wanted to find a book that might be helpful for families living with Parkinson’s. The author Shelley Schwarz was diagnosed with MS in 1978. As she struggled and learned about living with […]
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Finding Specialized Care

Finding Specialized Elder Senior Citizens Care Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs It can be a very emotional time when you or a loved one need to find the right assisted living or memory care community. That task is made even more difficult when your loved one needs specialized care for conditions such as Parkinson’s, Lewy Body Dementia and FTD. There […]
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Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself Twin Cities MN
Mind Over Medicine Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself by Lissa Rankin, M.D. This author tells her personal experience of going from poor health as a OB/GYN doctor spending little time with patients and many hours working, to a healthy integrative medicine doctor where she helps her patients to prescribe their own health. If […]
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What’s Your Happiness Level?

What's Your Happiness Level Senior Citizen Care Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs Among the wonderful books that Laurie gave me for Christmas was a delightful one by Madeline Drexler called “A Splendid Isolation, Lessons on Happiness from the Kingdom of Bhutan.” It is very short but talks about Bhutan and their constitutional requirement that “The State shall strive to promote those […]
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Senior Citizen Elderly Quality Aging Workbook Guide Twin Cities MN
Journeywell: A Guide to Quality Aging By Trish Herbert Trish is a local author that has worked with older adults for many years as a psychologist with a specialty in gerontology. I have not yet gone through this workbook in detail as I write this yet in meeting Trish today I thought it sounded like […]
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