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10 Signs of Depression in Older Adults

06/03/2020

There has been a stigma placed on mental health issues. Some may feel embarrassed that they have a diagnosis of a mental illness, such as depression, and feel they should just work harder to not feel "down about things." Depression is not a "normal" part of aging, but ...

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Aging Life Care Management

05/31/2020

  Aging Life Care Management, also known as "Geriatric Care Management," or sometimes just referred to as "Care Management," is an approach taken to care for older adults who are facing the health challenges that come with growing older. It takes a holistic, ...

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10 Positive Aspects of Aging

05/28/2020

Today, I was thinking about my aging family members and friends. It is something that is going to happen to all of us one day. It is never easy to watch a loved one age and often become dependent upon others. It is heartbreaking for all involved. It is easy to focus on ...

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Memorial Day

05/23/2020

For many people, Memorial day is simply a vacation day, a paid holiday, a long weekend. The day is typically spent relaxing, having a cook-out, and spending time with family. 

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Where's the Beef?

05/20/2020

Many of us remember the phrase, "Where's the beef?"  from Wendy's Hamburger commercials.  Recently we have been hearing this phrase again amid the rumors of meat shortages due to COVID-19. Don't panic! Not only can meatless meals be healthier for seniors, they can be ...

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6 Considerations for the “New Normal”

05/17/2020

Growing up in the mid-1950’s through mid-1970’s, I remember my Mom meticulously washing, drying, folding, and ironing my Dad’s cloth handkerchiefs. He always carried one in his back pocket. I believe that fell in line with his Boy Scout motto, “Be Prepared."

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Why Nursing Chose Me As a Calling in Life

05/12/2020

Happy International Nurses Day!

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From a Nurse's Mind: Watching Your Mother Age

05/10/2020

Nurses are strange creatures, we truly are. We have been taught to start assessing situations from the moment we meet you or your loved one. That being said, one of the hardest things we deal with is when it comes to our own aging mothers.

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10 Ways to Foster Harmony While Sheltering in Place

04/29/2020

  This is week #6 for me working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As many of you are, my spouse and I are both working virtually from our apartment. We have not been in the same space 24/7, for extended periods without going to the office, running errands, ...

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April Is Foot Health Awareness Month

04/22/2020

April is Foot Health Awareness Month! Since many seniors have diabetes, foot ulcers are often common among them.Typically, Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers foot exams every 6 months if you have diabetic peripheral neuropathy and loss of protective sensations, ...

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