Monthly Archives: October 2013

A great scare in the life of a caregiver

Life is imminent; that much is true. What we don’t know is when our day is over if it is our last day on Earth before going to a better place. As a believer in life and true love and … Continue reading

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Are seniors really working in war zones?

I was in total disbelief when I read the AARP September edition (yes, I am a geek that keeps up with the older crowd – learning a lot, too, thank you very much!). They had an article written by Denis … Continue reading

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Many older folks are starting over

Starting over? What exactly does that mean? Well, the bare bones of it means that not only are senior citizens working longer, many others are being forced out of retirement and back into the work force simply because they cannot … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable talk is actually good planning

It is very uncomfortable for me when my parents go on and on about their plans for their deaths. They have their funerals planned, the headstone and graves have been purchased and my dad is even working on his own … Continue reading

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Jitterbug plus offers service alternatives

Besides having the ‘necklace’ that is a medical alert tool for a senior, Jitterbug is offering a plus alternative. They actually have designed and are offering a medical alert service and a cell phone that is combined into one device. … Continue reading

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Does your senior have an alert service?

This time of year can be maddening to some seniors. Even if they do not have their porch light on, some naughty kids/teens may ring the bell anyway just to see the reaction that they could possibly receive. What this … Continue reading

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Other foods to help fight the flu

Just as was stated yesterday, certain foods help prevent winter illnesses, so knowing that With Age Comes Respect you can feed these to your elders to prevent them from suffering from colds, flus and other yucky winter-time infections.   Try … Continue reading

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