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Dealing with a Diagnosis of Chronic Illness

By Robert M. Oliva, ND, LMSW   Having a loved one diagnosed with a serious chronic illness can have far-reaching effects on the patient and on every member of the caregiver’s family. A loved one’s illness can descend like a tidal wave filled with shock, anger,...

Six Ways To Make This The Best Spring Ever

Introduction   Congratulations overwhelmed caregivers! You made it through yet another winter!   Days of navigating your loved ones through sleet and snow in order to get them to their doctors’ appointments are slowly fading into memory. Soon flowers will be...

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On October 29, 2012, my mother and father (ages 89 and 90 respectively), were displaced from their home, courtesy of Hurricane Sandy.
Not only did floodwaters fill the basement (so much so that initially, we couldn’t open the basement door), there was enough water on the first floor to warp the parquet floors. (READ MORE)

 

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