From the monthly archives: September 2011

What Is Alzheimer’s disease?  Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, a general term for memory loss and other intellectual abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. 

Research Is Essential

Dementia due to Alzheimer’s and related conditions is a major emerging public health problem.  According to a New York Times article “The […]

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More than 50 million people across the country currently provide an estimated $306 billion in “free” caregiving services for a chronically ill, disabled or aged spouse, family member or friend during any given year. That is almost twice as much as is actually spent on homecare and nursing home services combined ($158 billion).  According […]

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Consider the definition of retire.  Does “withdraw, retreat, hibernate or seclude” fit your thinking?  Is that you?  If not, then it’s time to retire the word retire.  It’s time to discover new ways to live and work.  It’s time to replace the word retire with the word repack.  

It was an ultimate adventure to […]

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The Story of My Treasure

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As a Senior Move Manager, I see all sorts of client treasures, so it has made me think about my own treasures as well.  If you went to my home, you probably would not notice my treasures, even thought they are in plain view.  That’s because they look ordinary.  They don’t have a lot of […]

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A Chip Off The Old Block

On September 7, 2011 By

Want to help kids get fit?  Get their grandparents in on the act!

What could a newborn have in common with a 21-year-old, a 45-year-old, a 68-year-old and even a 92-year-old? They’re all different generations of the same family. At the turn of the 20th century, when people had a shorter lifespan, these family […]

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