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There are an increasing number of congregation and communal programs being developed to respond to the revolution in longevity.
Likewise, there are increasing numbers of resources from an ever growing body of organizations and agencies.
In these posts, we will showcase relevant and useful programs or resources that speak to your own growth as well as being supportive of issues with which you may dealing.
A while ago I met with the people at Health Advocate in suburban Philadelphia. They were featured in a long article in the Philadelphia Inquirer. I was intrigued by the fact
We’ have uncovered another major resource for care-giving. CARING.Com is a resource for personal and family concerns in the area of care-giving. A special feature of
The importance of a patient’s spirituality on the course of a disease and the ability to cope with that disease was mentioned last month. The key to understanding that
By Athan Bezaitis, MA Aging Well Vol. 2 No. 4 P. 14 Skilled professionals and cutting-edge technologies combine to effectively dispatch tasks related to caring for loved ones
“Faithful Reform In Health Care is a coalition of organizations and individuals working to elevate faith-inspired voices in support of affordable quality health care for
The recent Time Magazine cover story “How faith can heal,” trumpeted the value of faith in the healing process. This may not be “news” to many of us, but it
Contributed by Howard Silverman, MD MS The last session of the “Aging to Saging” workshop was winding down when I asked whether any participants would be interested in
In a recent New York Times Science section, Jane Brody authored “Caring for Family, Caring for Yourself”. The article cautioned caregivers to pay attention to their own
It is preferable to begin the admissions process prior to actual need of a geriatric facility. This is not as odd as it might sound. Many geriatric care facilities have
Although the new resident is your family member, he/she most probably spends most of her time interacting with staff and other residents. You are a resource not only to your
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