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7-19-17 Book Idea
50 Sanity Saving Tips for Caregivers
from Amazon "How to Care for Your Elderly Loved Ones Without Killing Yourself in the Process • Are you exhausted and overwhelmed? • Have you had to give up important things in your life to care for your elderly loved ones? • Are you beginning to feel depressed or even resentful as a caregiver? If you’ve answered “Yes” to any or all of these questions, then you’ve found the right book! 50 Sanity Saving Tips for Caregivers: You Don’t Have to Kill Yourself to Keep Them Alive brings you valuable tips that will reduce your stress, save you time and money and give you hope, all while providing practical ideas for less frustrating, more effective care for your elderly loved ones. Carol Core knows what you are going through as a caregiver because for more than 12 years she was the non-paid family caregiver for Mom, Dad and dear Uncle Earl. Performing nothing short of a juggling act, Core worked full time and fulfilled her roles as a wife, mother and grandmother, all while managing the care, health, finances and safety of three elderly people." view Amazon page >



6/21/17 - Research article : Five Myths and Realities of Continuing Care 
Age Wave launched Five Myths & Realities of Continuing Care Retirement Communities, a new study developed to better understand how older adults decide to move to a CCRC, and their priorities, hopes, concerns, and questions during the decision-making process. It included an examination of data and surveys among older adults, in addition to interviews with residents and industry experts. The study uncovered the following five major myths/realities: full story >

3/31/17

Article - Talented Dog Provides Comfort to Local Patients

Resource: Oregon Humane Society - Pet Therapy Training - description of training program for animal assisted therapy. 
When companion animals visit public facilities like hospitals and libraries, they bring with them unconditional love and proven psychological and medical benefits. OHS offers an extensive training program that prepares individuals and their animals to become registered AAT teams with the national organization Pet Partners.
Pet Partners Website - Benefits of Animal Companions