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Thursday April 4th, 2013 - Issue #633

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From The Editor

Gary Barg - Editor-in-chiefHear Ye, Hear Ye  

The May/June issue of Today’s Caregiver magazine will cover one of the most important issues we face as family caregivers – hearing loss and the reluctance to admit that hearing loss exists when we are faced with it.  Don’t look so smug. I am talking about us as much as I am talking about those for whom we care.  It is really befuddling since we easily accept glasses and contact lenses and will use mobility equipment when necessary...read more 

Care Fearlessly

Gary Barg


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Featured Article

Young Cancer Spouses
by Sandra Ray, Staff Writer

Young and cancer are two words we don’t often piece together, unless we’re watching fundraisers for hospitals for children with cancer.  Yet, there are more and more people becoming afflicted with various types of cancer who are recently married, or have started the road to raising a family...read more

Guest Column

A Trip to the Dentist
By Micki LaVres


For 18 years I tried – unsuccessfully – to get Frank to the dentist for a cleaning. He felt that cleaning his teeth was a paltry undertaking when you considered the significance of his bigger problem, being paralyzed from the chest down...read more

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Dealing with Caregiver Guilt

By Malika Brown, MSW, LSW

Caregivers often carry around undeserved guilt, believing that  they aren’t doing enough for their loved ones. This guilt can make the caregiving role even more stressful than it already is. One might ask why a caregiver feels guilty when they’re doing such a courageous job. Here are some reasons...read more

Share your tip, advice, resource or observation.  

Sharing Wisdom

From Sher in CA

My mother has Alzheimer's disease and is currently mobile. We purchased two security alarm door mats that we put next to her bed. We have covered them with small rugs so she is not aware of them. The alarm monitor is placed in my bedroom. At night, if she gets out of bed, the alarm alerts me and I am able to go to her room to assist her with her needs. This allows me to reduce the potential fall risk and gives me the peace of mind to have a restful sleep.

From Stephanie in GA

I have found some encouraging scriptures that have helped me when I was so tired, all I wanted to do was scream. Reading the Bible gives me the courage, power and strength to have patience. The scriptures that I keep close and near to my heart are 1 CORINTHIANS 13:7, 8. They talk about love and endurance. Stay strong.

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Inside This Issue:

From the Editor

Hear Ye, Hear Ye

Featured Article

Young Cancer Spouses
Guest Column

A Trip to the Dentist


Dealing with
Caregiver Guilt

Sharing Wisdom


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