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Changing the Culture of Ageism
Changing the Culture of Ageism

Jeff Rubin, author and advocate for positive aging, shares these thoughts about how we can start (or continue) to value insights about our lives observed by people of all ages, from young children to older adults.

All, Elders, aging

9 Ways to Reduce Your Stress
9 Ways to Reduce Your Stress

As you read this, you may realize that you’ve probably heard this information before. Would you accept our invitation to re-visit these ideas with an open mind and an intention to help yourself alleviate the damaging effects of prolonged stress?

All, blog post, Health, Stress, Stress Relief

Tips for More Ease During the Holidays
Tips for More Ease During the Holidays

We all know the two sides to this time of year – the fun part, including the anticipation of seeing loved ones and spending quality time, enjoying children’s excitement, cooking and eating together and the general good spirits of the holidays

All, blog post, senior care authority, Seniors, Family and Relationships, Holidays

Senior Care Authority extends their presence in the State of Virginia
Senior Care Authority extends their presence in the State of Virginia

Senior Care Authority extends their presence in the State of Virginia as they announce a new franchise serving the Roanoke, Charlottesville, Fredericksburg and Shenandoah Valley regions.

All, blog post, senior care authority, Assisted Living, Franchising, elderly care, senior care, memory care

Are you a helicopter child? - the importance of this topic is growing
Are you a helicopter child? - the importance of this topic is growing

MarketWatch, a leader in trending news, picked up the Helicopter Children story written by the PBS/nextavenue.org reporter.

All, blog post, elderly care, Elders, Helicopter Children, Family and Relationships

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17 Years of Caring for My Wife with Alzheimer’s - Lessons Learned

A spirited mother and civic activist, Martha Maddux had just turned 50 when she was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's in 1997. Her husband Carlen was a career journalist, editor, and magazine owner in the Tampa Bay area who also was Martha's primary caregiver for 17 years. Carlen is the author of the book, A Path Revealed: How Hope, Love, and Joy Found Us Deep in a Maze Called Alzheimer's.

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