Oma’s Coffee Cake

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It’s not what is forgotten, It’s what is still remembered. An encouraging, whole person model of care

Written by Sarah Randolph; published in Kaw Valley Senior Monthly, July 2017, pg. 15 Alzheimer’s and dementia can be difficult, demanding on families, caregivers and individuals themselves. However, a positive
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Caring for those with Alzheimer’s or a dementia related illness

Published in Kaw Valley Senior Monthly – November 2018 November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a disorder which accounts for 65-80% of dementia diagnoses. Diagnosed by
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Caregiving and Guilt: A Complex Relationship

Written by Sarah Randolph; published in Better Senior Living, June 2018, pg. 15 Caregiving presents many challenges related to one’s physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. A caregiver faces living on
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Checklist for Evaluating a Long-Term Care Facility

A. Physical Environment Is the facility on a quiet or busy street? What is the noise level? Is there plenty of room to roam freely without obstructions? Is the facility
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Aging Parents: What children should watch for

By Caroline Trowbridge, Lawrence Memorial Hospital During your Sunday evening phone calls with mom, you’ve wondered: Is her memory getting a little shaky? You’ve shrugged it off. Everyone’s tired later
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