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    Exploring Music Therapy in The Home

    Exploring Music Therapy in The Home

    Music has a healing power that researchers have found is effective for those who have dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Music therapy is a non-pharmacological approach that includes singing and listening to music. It's

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    Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for a Thanksgiving Feast

    Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for a Thanksgiving Feast

    Seniors living with diabetes can enjoy their Thanksgiving dinner traditions using these 4 recipes for healthier versions of classic dishes.

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    Fitting in Some Fitness – Quick and Effective Exercises for Busy Caregivers!

    Fitting in Some Fitness – Quick and Effective Exercises for Busy Caregivers!

    Fitting in time to exercise on top of an already busy and hectic work schedule can feel almost impossible at times.  After a long day or night of being on your feet taking care of clients, lifting weights or having an

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    A Teenage Daughter's Experience with Dementia

    A Teenage Daughter's Experience with Dementia

    Any disease is heartbreaking, but a disease of the mind can be particularly painful.  For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, our guest author, Orion Fox, describes her experience witnessing her mother develop

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    4 Tips for Caring for Aging Veterans

    4 Tips for Caring for Aging Veterans

    How to Care for our Veteran Population

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    Private Duty Nursing - A Mother and Caregiver's Personal Experience

    Private Duty Nursing - A Mother and Caregiver's Personal Experience

    Caring for ailing loved ones can be tough, but trusting others to do it for you can be even harder.  Your family members are irreplaceable, and you always want to make sure they are in safe and competent hands.  As

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    4 Reasons Why We Celebrate Military Nurses!

    4 Reasons Why We Celebrate Military Nurses!

    We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again—nurses are some of the most selfless, caring people you’ll ever meet.  The role they consistently fill, day in and day out, changes lives and even changes the world.  As we

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    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 5: A Mother's Perspective Continued

    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 5: A Mother's Perspective Continued

    “Although you think this can’t happen to you, it can.  I was a very involved parent.  My daughter and I always talked.  I even worked with her.  I knew all of her friends.  I knew the parents of most of her friends.  I

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    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 4: A Mother's Perspective

    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 4: A Mother's Perspective

    Being a parent isn’t something you fully understand or appreciate until you are one.  From what I’ve been told, it can be the most exciting, yet frightening time of your life.  The most rewarding, and at times, the most

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    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 3: A Counselor and Wife's Perspective

    The Gravity of the Opioid Epidemic - Part 3: A Counselor and Wife's Perspective

    “A successful marriage isn’t the union of two perfect people. It’s that of two imperfect people who have learned the value of forgiveness and grace.” - Darlene Schacht

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