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Most Recent Posts from July, 2014

  • Caregiver Resilience: What It Is and Why It Matters for Family Caregivers

    A young couple’s baby has Tay–Sachs disease that has no treatment or cure, and a life-expectancy of four years. A veteran’s wife struggles to cope with her wounded warrior’s traumatic brain injury and ... Read More
  • Finding the Right Fit: Walker, Scooter, & Wheelchair Options for Older Adults

    Limited mobility and social isolation often go hand in hand. Elderly adults are particularly vulnerable to depression following losses in mobility, which can lead to isolation and poor health. ... Read More