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    • 1.

      The Land of Betwixt and Between, an Exercise in Creativity


      by Emily Hanlon - 2007-02-15
      Recently my mother was taken to the hospital. She is 89. The doctors thought she had pneumonia, but it turned out she had taken too much of one of her medicines and had come severely dehydrated. I ...
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      Mothers and Daughters, A Healing


      by Emily Hanlon - 2007-02-15
      Recently my mother was taken to the hospital. She is 89. The doctors thought she had pneumonia, but it turned out she had taken too much of one of her medicines and had come severely dehydrated. I ...
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      Aging Women and Parenting: The Case for Preparation


      by Barbara Morris, R.Ph. - 2007-02-23
      It's not news that the "golden years" of many older people, especially women, are years hijacked by young family members in need of care. It's not just boomers caring for aging parents; it's aging par...
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      The Challenge Of Death And Dying - Caring For Aging Parents


      by Julie Redstone - 2007-04-02
      The process of dying is one of the great stages of learning of the human soul, often met with fear and resistance, yet even in the presence of these, filled with the growth of the soul in its apprecia...
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      Elder Care: The Challenge Of Caring For Aging Parents


      by Natalie Aranda - 2007-04-16
      We are all so accustomed to our parents caring for us that it is so very hard when the roles reverse. We see our parents as young, strong, and invincible. But, as they age we notice how weak they have...
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      Aging Parents - Keeping Their Life Meaningful


      by Annabelle Rox - 2007-05-23
      There is little doubt that we all want our aging parents to remain living independently in their own home. However, there may come a time when we need to intervene in order to safeguard their sa...
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      Elder Care: Remembering The Good Old Days


      by Karen Cook - 2007-07-21
      Have you heard stories of "the old days"? You know, back when family members all lived together? Generation after generation?If you were lucky you heard these history lessons from grandparents or grea...
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      Alzheimer's Disease: Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me


      by Karen Cook - 2007-08-07
      Alzheimer's disease has to be the most dreaded diagnosis. We live in fear of it. For ourselves. For our loved ones.Being a caregiver to an Alzheimer's patient is hazardous to the caregiver's physical,...
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      How the Sandwich Generation Can Help Their Parents Create a Legacy of Meaning


      by Rosemary Lichtman - 2007-10-12
      As a Baby Boomer member of the Sandwich Generation, perhaps you have already had talks with your aging parents about their wills, beneficiaries, and advanced medical directives for hospital care. But...
    • 10.

      Do You Dread the Holidays?


      by Alice Stevens - 2007-11-16
      The holidays are almost here for happy normal people, that is. But you're over-burdened with elder care at the moment. You're facing difficult decisions for your parents. Health issues, financial one...