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July 3, 2017 The MIND Diet- Could it help prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s? Karen Bryla McNees, EdD, RD

June 5, 2017 Starting the Conversation: Your Loved One's Finances Todd Macaulay, CFP®

May 2, 2017 Can't Find My Keys. Should I Be Worried? Terri Weber, MSW, CSW

April 12, 2017 Time for Spring Cleaning Terri Weber, MSW, CSW

March 6, 2017 Dealing with Grief after the Loss of a Loved One Terri Weber, MSW, CSW

Grief is a natural response to loss. For a caregiver, that grief can begin during your caregiving responsibilities. In fact it often starts the day you hear of your loved one’s diagnosis.  The grieving process begins when the loss is recognized, and continues on until that loss is accepted.

February 3, 2017 Caregiver Stress - Know the Signs and How to Beat It Terri Weber, MSW, CSW

The daily life of a caregiver is a life of routine and repetition. And that day-to-day sameness can wear you down. It can be exhausting and overwhelming. But that same daily regular routine is critical to our older loved one’s sense of comfort and familiarity. It’s a conundrum.

January 6, 2017 No Matter How Long the Winter, Spring is Sure to Follow Terri Weber, MSW, CSW

Many of us experience varying degrees of depression during the winter months due to the lack of sunshine, limited activity and a decrease in social connections. Social isolation is a serious problem with physical, mental and emotional consequences. Loneliness can accelerate cognitive decline and lead to depression and deterioration of overall health and well-being.