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Caregivers for Armed Services Veterans

Caregivers for Armed Services Veterans

I just ran across this information this morning and might be helpful to have for your family or a friend’s family. In an article titled, “Not All Caregivers Are Women”. by Andrea N. Goldstein, October 31, 2016 on taskandpurpose.com. Ms. Goldstein

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How Big is Mom’s Mailbox?

Happy October 31, 2016! Between the elections and open enrollment for Medicare Plans the seems to an unending stream of paper in the mail system! So much that it is often easy to miss something important or respond the second time to something that you forgot that you already responded

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Maybe Grandma Drinks Too Much

Maybe Grandma Drinks Too Much

Today’s seniors are yesterday’s pioneers of recreational drugs. Our aging parents are not immune to the addictive powers of alcohol. Addictive behaviors that are present in the general population are still evident within the elderly population. The aging process may make the presentation of the addictive behavior appear different than

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Concerned about Driving

New Idea to Curb Unsafe Driving

The issue of aging parents and their driving is one of the most common and most difficult issues. Read about a new idea that addresses unsafe driving long before it occurs. A retired state trooper has come up with a new idea to curb unsafe driving among aging parents. When

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