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4 Helpful Tips for Coping with a Parkinson’s Diagnosis

Thursday, April 19, 2018

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. The Aging Life Care Association® will be featuring articles that raise awareness of  Parkinson’s Disease and the ways Aging Life Care Professionals® can support clients and families affected. by Lisa Laney, MSW, CMC  Receiving the diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease was the first major hurdle. Now, you are faced with another … Continue reading 4 Helpful Tips for Coping with a Parkinson’s Diagnosis

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Be Proactive: 12 Tips to Reduce Falls for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

Thursday, April 12, 2018

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. The Aging Life Care Association® will be featuring articles that raise awareness of  Parkinson’s Disease and the ways Aging Life Care Professionals® can support clients and families affected. by Amy Natt, MS, CMC, CSA According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, an estimated 7 to 10 million people worldwide are living with … Continue reading Be Proactive: 12 Tips to Reduce Falls for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

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The Aging Life Care™ Manager’s Roadmap to Working with the Parkinson’s Disease Client

Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Aging Life Care™ Manager’s Roadmap to Working with the Parkinson’s Disease Client By Debra Moler R.N., B.S.N., C.M.C April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. The Aging Life Care Association® will be featuring articles that raise awareness of  Parkinson’s Disease and the ways Aging Life Care Professionals can support clients and families affected. Parkinson’s Disease affects … Continue reading The Aging Life Care™ Manager’s Roadmap to Working with the Parkinson’s Disease Client

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Making It Work: The Challenging World of Skilled Nursing Homes

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Making It Work: The Challenging World of Skilled Nursing Homes by Bunni Dybnis, MA, MFT, CMC I receive calls on a regular basis from individuals concerned with aging, ill or dependent adults. They want to find the best nursing home.     The callers typically will request options from long list of skilled nursing options given to … Continue reading Making It Work: The Challenging World of Skilled Nursing Homes

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5 Common Myths about Nutrition and Seniors

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Five Common Myths About Nutrition and Seniors By Marie LeBlanc, ALCA Corporate Partner, Transitions Liquidation Services Think you know what’s best nutritionally for loved ones in their elder years?  Here are five common but false beliefs about senior nutrition: #1 Seniors should follow healthy eating guidelines and they’ll be OK. Most nutritional guides, such as … Continue reading 5 Common Myths about Nutrition and Seniors

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5 Easy and Enjoyable Activities to Share with Older Loved Ones

Thursday, February 22, 2018

By HomeCare Assistance, ALCA Corporate Partner As our family members and friends reach their later years in life we glean the opportunity to slow down and appreciate our time with them. There are a variety of activities that they can do in that offer the opportunity to stimulate and exercise them physically, mentally and emotionally … Continue reading 5 Easy and Enjoyable Activities to Share with Older Loved Ones

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An Aging Life Care Specialist, Her Client, and a Cup of Tea

Thursday, February 15, 2018

An Aging Life Care Specialist, Her Client, and a Cup of Tea by Miriam Zucker, LMSW, ACSW, C-ASWCM As Aging Life Care Specialists, much has been written about the concrete services we provide: homecare arrangements, assessments, liaisons with doctors. But what about those intimate moments when we are sitting across the table with a client? It … Continue reading An Aging Life Care Specialist, Her Client, and a Cup of Tea

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This Valentine’s Day, Look for the “Sweetness” in Caregiving

Friday, February 9, 2018

By Lisa Laney, MSW, CMC “My mama always said, life is like a box of chocolates…” This line from Forrest Gump chimes a bell to those of us providing services to families involved in elder care…. and as the quote continues, “You never know what you’re gonna get.” As much as our culture appreciates and utilizes … Continue reading This Valentine’s Day, Look for the “Sweetness” in Caregiving

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How Do You Know It’s Dementia When Dad Can Still Do the Crossword?

Thursday, February 1, 2018

By Deborah Liss Fins, LICSW, ACSW, CMC The onset of early dementia is not always obvious. Especially when your loved one is smart and can compensate for memory loss, or is clever and determined to hide symptoms, it can be difficult to know whether what seems “off” is really so. Maybe your dad has always been … Continue reading How Do You Know It’s Dementia When Dad Can Still Do the Crossword?

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6 Ways to Make Traveling with Older Adults Smooth Sailing

Thursday, January 18, 2018

The beginning of the year is the perfect time to start mapping out vacation and travel plans for the coming months. Just because someone’s reached a certain age, it doesn’t mean they can no longer travel. Traveling with aging loved ones just takes a little more planning and preparation. These tips for aging travelers will … Continue reading 6 Ways to Make Traveling with Older Adults Smooth Sailing

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Kay PaggiOn April 30 the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers became the new AGING LIFE CARE ASSOCIATION: I am Thrilled! The new website is www.aginglifecare.org, although you can still get there by simply going to www.caremanager.org. Aging Life Care Professional better describes the work I do. Aging Life Care Professionals enable older adults and their families to live well during the aging years, while meeting the dynamic challenges of the aging years and extended longevity.

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