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Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease


Friday, January 4, 2013 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease Limited Time Offer! Get your copy of my latest book, Baby Boomers-Sandwiched Between Retirement & Caregiving, which includes everything from My Turn at: http://www.babyboomerssandwich.com/store.shtml Only $19.99! Also, get $750 … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease – Genetics and Life Style Factors


According to the National Institute on Aging, ” In a very few families, people develop Alzheimer’s disease in their 30s, 40s, and 50s. Many of these people have a mutation, or permanent change, in one of three genes that they … Continue reading

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How is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?


According to the National Institute on Aging, “Alzheimer’s disease can be definitively diagnosed only after death by linking clinical course with an examination of brain tissue and pathology in an autopsy. But doctors now have several methods and tools to … Continue reading

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Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease


Slowing, Delaying, or Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease According to the National Institute on Aging, “Alzheimer’s disease research has developed to a point where scientists can look beyond treating symptoms to think about addressing the underlying disease process.” In ongoing clinical trials, … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Family Support


Supporting Families and Caregivers According to the National Institute on Aging, “Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease can have high physical, emotional, and financial costs. The demands of day-to-day care, changing family roles, and difficult decisions about placement in a care … Continue reading

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Caregivers Attempt to Balance Their Personal Life and the Demands of Caring for Elderly Parents


Millions of Americans are now finding themselves in a place they have never been before–sandwiched between their careers, the needs of immediate family members, planning their own retirement, and providing care for elderly loved ones. Baby Boomers – Sandwiched Between Retirement … Continue reading

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Communicating Encouragement to Caregivers


Everyone needs encouragement, especially caregivers. Would you like to know how to encourage and motivate with words? Would you like to know certain phrases to use that leaves others feeling validated and understood? Would you like to know how to … Continue reading

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Attn: Caregivers of Elderly Relatives


Attn: Caregivers of Elderly Relatives Did you know that according to The Natioal Alliance for Caregiving that there are 65.7 million caregivers in the U.S.? This is 29% of the U.S. adult population and 31% of all U.S. households! 48.9 … Continue reading

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Retirement Life Matters


Retirement is no longer the end of the line, but a new beginning, according to Cathy Severson. My special guest 8/3/10 @ Noon ET (9:00 AM PT) www.blogtalkradio.com/sandra-haymon Here’s some interesting information from Cathy that she will discuss. Retirement and … Continue reading

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5 Keys to a Satisfying Retirement


Why do people retire and what do they do after retirement? Ever wonder where the idea of “retiring” came from in the first place? If the “First” age is that period in life when we’re learning as a student. And, … Continue reading

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