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Quick Update: Betty and Her Senior Dog

Thank you for the feedback on my November 12th post, “Suggestions Needed: Senior Dogs and Their Older Owners.”  You’ll be happy to know that I met with the General Manager at my dad’s assisted living community and he is aware of the situation with “Betty” and her sweet senior dog.   41 more words

Caregiver Confessions

Pondering From Mabel

Pondering from Mabel …..

Welcome to all my returning Mabel friends.
It’s been along time since I’ve chatted with ya’ll.

This summer was brutally hot. I spent many pleasant evenings sitting out on the front porch visiting with my neighbors. 402 more words

WRITING

Dad’s Thermostat

I have been working with dad’s ALF for a few months to get dad’s heating straightened out. Finally they had the maintenance man take a look at dad’s heater.  595 more words

Eldercare

Do you or your loved one have a health care directive?

As we age, there is a possibility that our mental faculties will diminish. Although it can be challenging to think about, there are legal safety measures to protect yourself and your loved ones before they ever have to face life issues in a nursing home, an assisted living facility or an intensive care unit. 361 more words

SPMH News

Does your aging loved one have a health directive?

As we age, there is a possibility that our mental faculties will diminish. Although it can be challenging to think about, there are legal safety measures to protect yourself and your loved ones before they ever have to face life issues in a nursing home, an assisted living facility or an intensive care unit. 361 more words

SPMH Law

Geriatric Care Manager Lifts a Weight off my Back

Thursday I met with the Geriatric Care Manager (GCM) that I had met with in July 2012. See “Meeting the Geriatric Case Manager” for a description of when I met with the Geriatric Care Manager the first time.  808 more words

Eldercare

Healthy Meal Ideas for Seniors

Planning and preparing meals for the elderly can be a challenging task sometimes. Medical conditions may limit the types of food they can and cannot eat. 403 more words

In-home Care

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