Posts Tagged 'elder care'

Markers of Cognitive Decline – Audio Recording

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Are you concerned about an elder in your family? Are you going home for the holidays?

Merrell Bailey shares humorous memories of her family holidays and discusses signs of cognitive decline in your loved ones that can’t be ignored.

ESTATE PLANNING GREENHOUSE: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS is a collaboration by Bok Tower Gardens Department of Philanthropy & Membership and the University of South Florida Foundation Office of Gift Planning. In this recording, attorney Merrell Bailey and financial advisor ...

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Caregiving for Loved Ones – Life Care Professionals are a Beacon of Hope

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This heartbreaking article, ‘Invisible workforce’ of caregivers is wearing out as boomers age, is devastatingly accurate. I – and many of my clients – have had to make similar, difficult choices.

Many adults find it necessary to reduce their working hours and rearrange their lives in order to care for ill or aging loved ones. This is an incredible strain, emotionally, financially, physically, and mentally. There are no breaks or time off. To juggle work and other family obligations with ...

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