Shared via Amy Florian – Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say – The New York Times — Loss, Grief, Transitions and Relationship Support

Provocative new research leads to the hypothesis that infections may produce a fierce reaction that leaves debris in the brain, causing Alzheimer’s. Source: Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say – The New York Times via Shared via Amy Florian – Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say – The…

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Holy Redeemer Hospice | Holy Redeemer Philadelphia, Meadowbrook — Loss, Grief, Transitions and Relationship Support

Holy Redeemer Hospice enables people with any life-limiting illness to remain comfortable in familiar surroundings, supported by family and friends. The Holy Redeemer hospice team is guided by the needs and wishes of the patient and family and includes them as important members of the care team. Source: Holy Redeemer Hospice | Holy Redeemer Philadelphia, […]…

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Canada and Assisted Dying….

Writing about assisted dying, dying with dignity or euthanasia is touchy. Many do not agree with it, many do agree with it. Many will not talk about it or write about it. I ask that you keep an open mind and be willing to educate yourself on the topic and be open to discussions on…

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Why I Because A Certified E-Therapist — LMHC

When I first started this blog, I had no idea the number of people I would be reaching from not only across the country, but across the world! It wasn’t long before I started getting comments and emails asking for help with a multitude of issues. As I started to answer questions and provide guidance […]…

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6 Steps to Overcoming Invalidation — Social Justice Solutions

It isn’t a fluke. It isn’t random. It is specifically arranged by the universe to wake us up. And I am going to explain how you can do that in the least painful way. Step 1: We must have the initial pain of invalidation after a childhood experience. This invalidation may come with malicious intent. ……

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Congress is Dallying While Americans are Dying — Social Justice Solutions

Approximately 80 Americans die from an opioid overdose every day. That amounted to 29,467 people in 2014. Many of these deaths were preventable but the resources needed to tackle the growing opioid epidemic have yet to be appropriated by Congress. The Senate passed S.524—the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA)—on March 10, 2016 by a… via…

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Palliative Intensive Care: Why not? — IC-HU PROJECT: HUMANIZING INTENSIVE CARE

As you know, next May 26th and 27th is taking place in Barcelona the II National Conference on Humanizing Intensive Care.One of the discussion pannel is called “Before and the end” and “Palliative Intensive Care: why not?”, and will be moderated by Dra. Mari Cruz Martín with the speakers Dr. Enric Benito (Coordinator of Palliative… via…

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The Five Truths About Work-Life Balance: Book Review

The Five Truths About Work-Life Balance by Jae Ellard A simple book with information laid out in an easy to read format. This book provides information, tips, and describes the 5 truths; very practical advice for one to focus on work-life balance. One may think they have work-life balance in-check, but reading this book makes…

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Adding meaningful to activities — British Geriatrics Society

Wendy Perry has been working with older adults for over 25 years, and has been specifically involved in the development, staff training and management of memory support services in both the US and the UK over the last 15 years. In the past she has worked for RSAS AgeCare as a Dementia Training Specialist and […]…

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