Archive for July 2020

Hero's Work Here: Too Little, Too Late

I am thrilled to see the community acknowledgment of the health care workers who are struggling during these unprecedented times.  After 25 years in the industry, it is nice to finally see billboards, printed signs and hand made posters applauding that “Hero’s work Here.” It is also very frustrating. On one hand, these folks have... Read more »

New Challenges in Dementia Care: The Bi-Polarization of Relationships during the Age of COVID-19

It has been very difficult for many people to adjust to the swing from one extreme to another in terms of relationships in the face of COVID.  We are so used to living in the middle, straddling the concept of complete saturation and long-distance connections. We are used to employing the help that we need... Read more »

Walking out with more than just the fear of COVID

If a realtor’s mantra is “location, location, location!”, then anyone caring for someone living with dementia should own the mantra “approach, approach, approach!”. It is truly all in the delivery.  You can choose to let the words just randomly fall out of your mouth and hope that the listener can read minds and secretly knows... Read more »
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