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  • Should I move mom back home?
    by Courtney Pulitzer on April 3, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    By: Lisa Mayfield As more residents in retirement communities are diagnosed with COVID-19, some families are struggling with the decision of whether to bring their parents back home. With all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, this is an understandable and important question. Yet any consideration of a move should not be taken lightly, especially with so … Continue reading Should I move mom back home? → The post Should I move mom back home? appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Engagement During Isolation
    by Courtney Pulitzer on April 1, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    by Lisa Kaufman Even if I have been a member of the Aging Life Care Association for nearly 20 years, I have always thought of myself as the “red-headed stepchild”  (yes, go ahead and laugh if you know me…) of ALCA. And now I see an opportunity for my “particular set of skills” to be … Continue reading Engagement During Isolation → The post Engagement During Isolation appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Tips to Managing Anxiety in Challenging Times
    by Courtney Pulitzer on March 30, 2020 at 11:33 pm

    By:  Linda Fodrini-Johnson, MA, MFT, CMC, Walnut Creek, CA   The current worldwide pandemic is causing sleepless nights, hand wringing and some strange behaviors having to do with fear that can sometimes bring out the worst in us.  However, we are also seeing some incredible acts of kindness and selflessness in neighbors helping neighbors.  As, … Continue reading Tips to Managing Anxiety in Challenging Times → The post Tips to Managing Anxiety in Challenging Times appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Love In the Time of COVID-19
    by Courtney Pulitzer on March 20, 2020 at 10:55 pm

    by Lisa Kaufman I received a call this morning. A man who has never spoken with me before wanted my opinion about the care needs of his 80-year-old mother. He explained that she has moderate to severe (read severe) dementia, visual impairment, is hard of hearing and is in renal failure requiring dialysis. He went … Continue reading Love In the Time of COVID-19 → The post Love In the Time of COVID-19 appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.