Monthly Archives: September 2016

Recommended reading: Patient Advocates Help Navigate Health Care

Patient Advocates Help Navigate Health Care

by Constance Gustke

The New York Times

August 19, 2016

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Recommended reading: The art of keeping an eye on aging parents

Recommended reading:

The art of keeping an eye on aging parents

by Rodney Brooks

The Washington Post

September 2, 2016

 

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What Are Advance Directives? 

 

Adult children with aging parents face emotional and logistical challenges as the roles of caregiver are reversed. When once you were cared for by your parent, as they age you may be the one taking the lead in the caring role.

We are living longer and as we age, changes may become necessary – a need […]

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Five Benefits of a Professional Advocate (Don’t Go It Alone)

Sometimes in life we are vulnerable; we may be suffering from an illness or condition which requires assisted living or help at home, or may have had a change in circumstance such as the death of a spouse or partner. It is during such times we often try and go it alone.  Don’t.  Hiring […]

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What You Need to Know About Assisted Living

Assisted living is a popular long-term senior living option that provides personal care services such as dressing, transportation, meals and medication management as well as social opportunities.  A new concept just 25 years ago, assisted living is the most popular long-term solution today. Assisted living, with its range of personalized care, provides senior housing […]

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