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Thursday June 6th, 2013 - Issue #642

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From The Editor

Gary Barg - Editor-in-chiefA Truly Appropriate
Anniversary Present

Just in time to celebrate the 13th anniversary of our Fearless Caregiver Manifesto, comes an opportunity to highlight two of the ten Manifesto’s principles in one fell swoop.

Last week, I met a family sitting together in mourning for the imminent passing of their matriarch, as well as in celebration of their love for her. 

Marisol is 89 years old and in her last days of living with ALS. She cannot speak anymore and utilizes a touch screen computer to share her thoughts with her family and professional caregivers. Yet, she still has a twinkling eye and an electric smile for all her visitors...
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Gary Barg


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Featured Article

Caregivers Challenge: Finding Daycare Options
By Cheryl Ellis, Staff Writer

Caregivers who are just beginning their journey may feel day care services are for later stages of their loved one’s situation. The sooner caregivers locate and enroll their family member in a program, the greater the benefit for all concerned...read more

Guest Column

Emotional First Aid
By Janet Buell

Helen was considering suicide when her daughter, Gail, asked me to come to her house. Gail was shocked to discover Helen was hoarding her pain pills with the intent to accumulate enough...read more

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Eating Right on the Road

Remember the good old days when you and your companions could go traveling and not worry about what, when or where you were going to eat? Over the years our bodies and our needs change...read more

Sharing Wisdom


From Louise
Location: Georgia

Pray and read your Bible. Ask God to give you more patience. My husband had mental issues. I would quote 1 Corinthians 13:7,8: “Love endures all things; love never fails” with a smile. I learned to speak in a gentle, kind voice to him even when I thought he did not deserve it.  But it really was not him; it was his illness. He would look at me as if I had a problem when I quoted scriptures and he would calm down. Then I would ask, “What would Jesus do?” Pray; all will be better for you.

From Annette
Location: Ireland

Two tips really. Read the Bible first thing in the morning and last thing at night. This gives your tired mind some respite before you start the day and before you go to sleep. The second thing is, take breaks; either go for a walk or meet friends. You can only care for someone if you look after your own health.

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Inside This Issue:

From the Editor

A Truly Appropriate Anniversary Present

Featured Article

Caregivers Challenge: Finding Daycare Options
Guest Column

Emotional First Aid


Eating Right on the Road
Sharing Wisdom


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