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The Value Of Geriatric Care

SLOW DOWN

  • November 15, 2017
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It is always hard to admit to myself when I catch myself being impatient. When the day is full of things to do I have realized that I have finished a person’s sentence or interrupted that person in my haste to move the conversation along. When I catch myself I feel particularly guilty when it […]

The Value Of Geriatric Care

Health Directives VS. Living Wills

  • December 15, 2017
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When our client services representative meets new clients to sign up for service one of the questions we ask is “Do you have a living will, Medical Power of Attorney, and/or an In Home Do Not Resuscitate Order?” Many times the client will answer a question with a question which is “Do I have to […]

The Value Of Geriatric Care

Cancer And Aging

  • January 10, 2018
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Seniors with cancer often have a different set of concerns than younger adults with cancer. Aging brings more complex issues as aging is often the single biggest risk factor in developing cancer along with a myriad of other health related problems such as heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure to name a few. It […]