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Most Recent Posts from February, 2018

  • How to Write a Eulogy: Tips for Speaking at a Funeral

    No one finds it easy to write a eulogy or speak at a funeral. Carrying the grief of loss and a natural fear of public speaking, it can be difficult to even decide what to say at a funeral. But ... Read More
  • Adaptive Devices for Elderly Adults: Home Remodeling

    Thanks to recent advances in technology, adaptive devices can assist elderly adults more than ever before. Devices like temporary stair railings, mobility assistive devices, wearable smart technology, ... Read More
  • Words of Condolence: What to Write in a Sympathy Card

    Expressing sympathy to someone you care about can be a delicate situation. Sometimes, people have a hard time articulating their support during these times and are not sure what to say to comfort ... Read More
  • Is Macular Degeneration Hereditary?

    Macular degeneration affects about 200,000 new people each year, and while there are treatments that can help, it can’t be cured. If you have a family member who suffers from this condition, you may ... Read More
  • Caregiver Disrespect: Being Taken Advantage of by Family or a Client

    Dear Allegra: I am the primary caregiver for my 91-year-old father. He suffered several strokes that left him with a variety of health problems, and now he is unable to live alone. My husband and I ... Read More
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