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Happy Birthday USA!

We at Elder Pages Online join with the Young@Heart Chorus (performing here in Fenway Park) in saluting our nation and the principles of freedom and liberation that inspired our democracy 240 years ago!!! If you are not familiar with the Young@Heart Chorus they are a group of dynamic elders of all range of abilities who defy ageism…

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Health Literacy and Palliative Care

Workshop Summary As a health educator, I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to see the publication of this Workshop summary. In July 2015, the Round Table on Health Literacy convened a special panel of experts from around the country to focus on communication issues regarding palliative care. Communicating about Palliative Care Palliative care…

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Addressing the Caregiver Crisis

Stephen Tweed of Leading Home Care offers some of the best applied research and simply practical insights in the business. It’s no surprise, then, that he is tackling the caregiver shortage. And his ideas have the added value of improving the quality of your care. What’s not to like about that? In fact, data from Home…

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Email is not dead!

According to Pew Internet and American Life studies, 88% of persons age 50-64 (your key decision-makers: the adult daughters and sons) access the Internet. Moreover, 90% of persons on the Internet use email. A monthly e-newsletter puts your brand in their inbox on a regular basis, reminding them of your expertise in family caregiving. This…

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