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THE PAINFUL REALITY OF MARRIAGE AFTER ALZHEIMER’S By Neil GoldsteinAPRIL 19, 2016 My wife and I have been partners in everything for 48 years, but

Promise you’ll never put me in a nursing home

  Whenever Sarah Harris and her husband, Ernie, drove past a nursing home, he would say the same thing: That’s where you’re going to put

A New Caregiving Documentary on PBS

Nine To Ninety is the love story of Phyllis and Joe Sabatini, who at age 89 and 90 live in the home of their daughter and

Wife Makes Heartbreaking Decision in Caregiving Documentary

‘Nine to Ninety’ will air on about 70 PBS stations in January By Emily Gurnon Health & Caregiving Editor December 30, 2015 NEXT AVENUE BLOGGER

Money and Memory: A Coming Concern

Financial managers look for answers to a growing dilemma by Eileen Ambrose, October 2015 Indianapolis financial adviser Leslie Thompson saw the signs of dementia in her

Nothing prepares you for being the daughter of aging parents

There are classes for the mothers of babies, but there’s no helping with your mum and dad growing old. Old people’s wards are hell for

The Importance of a Life Care Plan

Some events change and shape us for the rest of our lives. For attorney Kevin Pillion, founder of Sarasota’s Life Planning Law Firm, that life-altering

When Losing Memory Means Losing Home

In this installment of NPR’s series Inside Alzheimer’s, we hear from Greg O’Brien about his decision to sell the home where he and his wife