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The Missing Piece of Managing Caregiver Stress

"I spent many years wondering why self-care wasn't enough to manage the stress of being a caregiver. It was only...
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The Kaleidoscopic World of Alzheimer’s and Sensory Perception

"My 94-year-old mother is one of an estimated 6.5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's dementia. A few weeks ago, she...
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More Treatment Options for People with Macular Degeneration

"Nearly a decade ago Jane Burdette glanced up from a cross-stitch project and noticed the door frame suddenly looked crooked....
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Caregiving and Complicated Family Dynamics

"In 2020, AARP identified the number of caregivers at 53 million Americans; 89% care for a relative or partner, with...
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My Mom Died of Dementia. Here’s What Scares Me Most.

"Everyone experiences occasional memory lapses. What did I mean to pick up at the grocery store? That person said hi...
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Workplace Caregiving: One Size Does Not Fit All

"For 15 years, Wendy Perry, 64, juggled her job as IT manager for a private K-12 school in San Juan...
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Ensuring No Child Grieves Alone

Mark your calendars and sign up for Ensuring No Child Grieves Alone April 18th from 6-7:30 pm (MST) https://rootsandroads.org/ensuring-no-child-grieves-alone/
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The Joys and Grief of Adopting a Loved One’s Pet

"When I called my mother on the phone one early November afternoon, her voice was weary. She'd picked up one...
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When to Worry about Worrying

"In this post-Covid world, there is no shortage of things to worry about. Social norms, the common good and the...
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Caregiving for Loved Ones With ADHD or Autism

"When Sheldon Snodgrass was growing up, he and his family laughed at his father's distractedness, starts and stops of activities,...
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