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Fearless Caregiver Newsletter
Tuesday October 22, 2013 - Issue #159

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From the Editor

Gary Barg - Editor-in-chief


The Sam Daley-Harris Interview

Gary Barg: Congratulations on the 20th anniversary of Reclaiming Our Democracy – Healing the Break between People and Government. You were one of those truly memorable teachers I remember from high school and I have been keeping up with your accomplishments over the years. You are really making a difference. That is all you can ask for in life.

Sam Harris: It has been a crazy, wild, unexpected journey. I have been very blessed.

Gary Barg: I know you talk about mouse click advocacy. Can you explain what you mean when you say that?

Sam Harris: Yes. I do not know if you get an e-mail once in a while that says, “If we can get 10,000 signers or 50,000 signers, we can make a difference on this. Please click here.” Do you get those from time to time?

Gary Barg: Yes, all of the time...read more

Take Care

Gary Barg

Rich in Years

Feature Article

When Cognition & Hearing Loss Collide
By Jennifer Bradley, Staff Writer

If you find a loved one asking repetitive questions, becoming more confused and forgetful, you may assume they have dementia, but the cause could be hearing loss...read more

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Guest Column

Getting Involved:
An Introduction to Rehabilitation for the Primary Caregiver
By Christian Andaya RPT

What should a caregiver expect when their loved one is facing a long regimen of rehabilitation? The whole process can be a mystery and often it is unclear as to what role the caregiver should play in the process. The more progress your loved one makes in rehab, the better you both will feel...read more


Top 10 Ways for Caregivers to Spend Dollars Wisely
By Kris Maxham, Staff Writer

Many caregivers grapple with financial choices that can allow them to continue providing care, support their loved one’s needs and keep them safe. Here are some actual ways that caregivers have wisely invested their dollars...read more

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Inside This Issue:

From the Archives
The Sam Daley-Harris Interview

Feature Article
When Cognition &
Hearing Loss Collide

Guest Column
Getting Involved...

Ten Ways for Caregivers
to Spend Dollars Wisely


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