Recent Posts in April

  • Sandwiched with the Change: Menopause During Caregiving

    There is a typical family caregiver: a woman between the ages of 40 to 59 who are still raising young children at home while also providing some care for elder parents.

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  • Osteoporosis: What You Need to Know

    Osteoporosis affects millions of people who are then at greater risk for broken bones in the event of a fall. Osteoporosis is a disease of the bones that makes them weak and prone to breakage.

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  • Are You a Caregiver or a Care Partner?

    The words we choose to use each day can affect the feelings of those around us as well as our ability to successfully communicate with one another in all manner of relationships.

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  • Read All About It: Caregiving for Mom

    Chances are good that if a family member needs care it will be for Mom or Grandma. Statistics show that women live five to 10 years longer than men and in the centenarian population 85% are women.

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  • Healthier Together

    Being healthy is a team effort. There are many reasons that individuals, companies, and communities all need to communicate and coordinate for overall better health for everyone.

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  • Building Your Team: Case and Care Managers

    When faced with helping a loved one make health decisions about their ongoing care, people can benefit by turning to an informed third party advocate, like a case or care manager.

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