Monthly Archives: May 2015

Great talk with a good friend about the future of Time To Care (Posted late on 05/31 from 05/30)

I really love elderly care as many people have read about over the past year or so. I love to take care of people and see them at their happiest and their lowest. I just simply love to do what … Continue reading

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An unusually quiet day for a great lady (Posted late on 05/31 from 05/29)

As disease spreads through her system, this lady continues to amaze me. The pain that she must be experiencing has bent even the hardest of individuals in two; making them squirm and cry out for help. Yet, there is never … Continue reading

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This business is more than providing elders with care

In order to be the best elderly caregiver, I do a lot of research in hopes of being the best. I also want to have the business end of things in tip top shape. In order to meet that goal, … Continue reading

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Feeling guilt ridden

Today I woke again really early with massive amounts of stuff on my mind. I was supposed to go shopping once again, but I feel as though I am choking on my own air. I think that my brother’s death … Continue reading

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Another day, another shopping excursion

I just have to wonder why Mother Nature is trying her damndest to throw me off guard with the icky weather conditions that my client and I must face each week during our shopping excursions. Although weather cannot be put … Continue reading

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Family can be confusing

Since this past weekend was Memorial Day weekend, many family members travelled to visit elders – even many of my clients were able to visit with family that they ordinarily do not get an opportunity to see on a regular … Continue reading

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I shook two veterans’ hands today

As an elderly caregiver, you just never know who you will have the privilege of getting to care for. I am entirely blessed to have not one but two U.S. Military veterans that I serve. One of my two veterans … Continue reading

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Is what some experience ADD, ADHD or Alzheimer’s or Dementia? (Posted late on 05/24 from 05/23)

According to Thomas E. Brown, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine and Associate Director of the Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders, some of the patients that come to see him are … Continue reading

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Why are seniors diagnosed with Dementia so hyper?

By doing more research, I discovered that seniors that have been diagnosed with Dementia tend to have hyperactivity disorder for many reason. Some of these include: 1. Amphetamine abuse 2. Brain damage 3. Delirium 4. Encephalitis 5. Lead poisoning 6. … Continue reading

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What we know for sure (Posted late on 05/24 from 05/22)

According to http://www.additudemag.com/q&a/ask_the_add_medical_expert/7265.html most likely also posted in 2011, it is stated that ADD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) cannot cause Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia, but that is still not the question that I want answered now is it? However, I … Continue reading

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