Tag Archives: aging

Happy Valentine’s Day to all my clients! – (Posted late on 02/21 from 02/14/2016)

As I stipulated in a past post, Valentine’s Day (to me) is a day of love for the masses. It is a day that I can show my family, friends, and, especially my clients just how much they mean to … Continue reading

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Be gentle to the aging

Some days you may feel as frustrated as a volcano about to erupt being an elderly caregiver and at other times you may look at your aging client and see the sweetest, neediest, most loving individual you could ever possibly … Continue reading

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What exactly is hurting my daddy? – (Posted late on 12/28 from 12/18)

My poor dad deserves to have everyone show him that With Age Comes Respect, but more than that, he deserves to grow old gracefully – or at least with fewer issues than most because he has had to deal with … Continue reading

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Parents will become elders, too – (Posted really late on 12/28 from 12/17)

Unfortunately, time is not always a friend to many of us, and as my dad says about getting older, ‘Doctors can make us live longer, just not necessarily better.’ I see this statement prove true over and over again in … Continue reading

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Snoring does more than keep others awake – (Posted late on 11/15 from 11/14)

Besides being disturbing beyond belief, snoring can actually be a sign that the individual that is snoring is sick. As the person gets older, the issue compounds. According to one expert, Dr. Ilene Rosen, a member of the board of … Continue reading

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Preparations in advance help a caregiver to get through a week

Although there are so many things in life that we cannot possibly prepare for, what we can we should – especially when it comes to elderly caregiving. If we do set our sights on the week ahead, it can only … Continue reading

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Passion doesn’t end with age

According to my son, Reese, who studies Biology and Psychology at The Citadel, there is such a thing as reflexive memories; pleasant memories of a past life that allow us to be able to repeat our passions later on.  For … Continue reading

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