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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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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 →

Life Long Traveling

Senior Care Travel Safety Education Twin Cities MN By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs Do you like to travel but you are worried about traveling alone? These days there is no need to travel by your self! There are ways to travel with a group that are safe and fun. A cruise can be one of the most cost efficient ways to travel […] Continue reading →

Cost of Senior Care Keeps Rising

Senior Care Rising Costs Twin Cities MN By Lori J Larson, CSA The annual Genworth Cost of Care Survey indicates the cost of caring for seniors in the United States, and more specifically in Minnesota, are rising and rapidly. “Most people don’t realize how expensive the care can be until a parent or family member needs it.” Said Joe Caldwell, long-term services […] 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 →