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Don't Toss My Memories In The Trash Book Twin Cities MN
Don’t Toss My Memories In The Trash: A Step-By-Step Guide to Helping Seniors Downsize, Organize and Move By Vickie Dellaquila This book is written by a certified professional organizer. Her expertise, caring nature and experience comes through as she gives tips and strategies for successfully downsizing and moving. Her stories and step by step suggestions […]
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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. […]
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A Complete Guide to Understanding and Living with COPD: from a COPDer’s Perspective by R. D. Martin
A Complete Guide to Understanding and Living with COPD: from a COPDer’s Perspective by R. D. Martin My 88 year old mother is living with COPD. Typically you think of smokers having this diagnosis but in the case of my mom, she never smoked a day in her life. When there is more humidity or […]
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New Technologies in Assistive Care

Senior Care Housing Assistive Devices Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs A recent article in the Huffington Post discussed how technology may change aging in the next 10 years. There are many technologies already helping seniors stay independent longer. These technologies generally help seniors to accomplish tasks and stay safe in their home, whether it is a house, a condo […]
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Caregiver Self-Assessment

Caregiver Self Assessment Twin Cities MN Senior Care
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs Whenever we meet with members of a family who are caregivers, we always remind them of what they are told by the airline staff before every flight.  Always put your oxygen mask on first before trying to help others.  Why do they tell you this?  Because if you are […]
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