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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 […] Continue reading →

Medication Management 101

Senior Citizen Medication Management Twin Cities MN By Lori J Larson, CSA Keeping track of medications can become very complicated for seniors as they begin to have memory challenges and the number of medications increases. There are serious implications for not taking medications exactly as prescribed and that has led to hospital admissions and nursing home admissions that could have been avoided. […] Continue reading →

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Changing the Way We Die by Fran Smith and Sheila Himmel Have you known someone that has used hospice, were glad they did or maybe wished they knew more about it sooner? Choosing how we die, where we die, and who is with us when we die can be a choice. Hospice can help in […] Continue reading →

Why Choosing Hospice Care Improves Life and Death

Senior Elderly Hospice Care Twin Cities MN By Anne E. Denny Hospice is a mission driven approach to caring for the dying that: Embraces what is possible even while experiencing limitations from a disease. Values and respects the individual’s choices, heritage and traditions. Honors the whole person by attending to physical, emotional, relational and spiritual well-being. Cares for family members, recognizing the […] Continue reading →