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Recommended Reading for Caregivers and Seniors

Throughout the year, we have posted articles about timely topics for caregivers and aging clients. We focus on topics that are in the news or those that come up frequently as we talk to families, or issues we see in our geriatric care management practice that most affect seniors. In reviewing our most popular content from 2011, here are the subjects and articles most often viewed by our readers, that might also interest you:

Medicare, Medicaid, and Financing Long Term Care/Caregiving Costs

2012 Medicare Fact Sheet

Long Term Care and Medicaid

Eldercare Costs: Dollars and Sense

Click here for more on how Aging Wisely can help with insurance choices, navigating your coverage and understanding Medicare, Medicaid and other senior care benefits.

Memory Problems with Aging, Alzheimer’s and Dementia

What is Sundowner’s Syndrome?

Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Sundowner’s, Old Age-What is it??

Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Hospitalizations and the Elderly: Discharge Planning & Safe Transitions of Care

Problematic Transitions of Care: Concerns & Causes in Discharge Planning

Hospital Discharge Checklist for Families

Taking Control: What You Can Do to Ensure a Safe Discharge from the Hospital

Some other popular caregiving posts:

Assisted Living Options in Florida: Making Wise Choices

Gift Ideas for Seniors

A Caregiver’s Story: Interview with the Author of Mothering Mother

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