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Aging Wisely: Strategies for Baby Boomers and Seniors
Aging Wisely: Strategies for Baby Boomers and Seniors By Robert A. Levine, M.D. This book focuses on aging as more of a philosophy and attitude. Written by a neurologist, Dr. Levine provides examples of how people he has worked with deal with aging and in so doing gives insight to what is effective for aging […]
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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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Balance Your Conflict Book Dr. Jody Janeti Twin Cities MN
Balance Your Conflict – By Dr. Jody Janati Another speaker at the Fall Aging Conference was Dr. Jody Janati. Her talk was on “Protecting Yourself From Control Dramas.”  You can learn more about her thoughts on managing and avoiding conflicts in her book “Balance Your Conflict.” It offers ways to respond to and defuse tense situations. […]
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Specialty Senior Housing?

Specialty Senior Housing and LGBT Communities Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp At the recent Fall Aging Conference the final speaker was Andrew Carle. He talked about current innovations in senior housing and supportive technologies. Here we focus on the housing part of his presentation. There are many concerns about the aging of the Baby Boom Generation. The number of people over […]
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