Monday Micro Links For Caregivers 7-13-09

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Twitter continues to be an excellent resource for caregivers. Here’s the latest weekly round-up for your perusal pleasure. 🙂


Alzheimer’s Reading Room: Test Your Memory (TYM) for Alzheimer’s Disease or  Dementia in Five Minutes.

Stroke 101 from

Seniors can benefit from computer use in a number of ways. Let’s teach them how!

Good article about Congestive Heart Failure at Seniors For Living

EldercareABC has their latest Blog Carnival up. You’ll find several interesting articles on subjects such as plants at funerals, adult day cares, eldercare products, and more.

Four ways to communicate with a person with dementia.

People who don’t cherish their elderly have forgotten whence they came and whither they go. ~Ramsey Clark

Lewy Body Dementia, What Is It?

11 Types of Music That Soothe Dementia .


How to Block Websites for Your Kid. I thought this looked interesting for our grandkids. I won’t have a chance to check it out for some time but thought I’d pass on the info. If anyone does check it out, let us know how you like it. 🙂


Generic Risperdal: The Price has Dropped, but is Your Pharmacy Passing Along the Savings?

The Simple Dollar reminds us to set our ceiling fans to run counterclockwise.  It’ll save us quite a bit of energy if we do. Another of the little ways to save money that add up over time!

School is out and colds are less common. Now might be a great time to declutter around the house. I love Don Aslett’s books on decluttering. I got half way through Clutter’s Last Stand, put it down totally inspired and immediately got rid of several bags of stuff. Never missed it!  🙂 As Robin Sampson puts it, the less stuff you own, the less you have to clean, store, maintain, manage, protect, or worry about. If you have the time and energy, selling items at a yard sale or on EBay can help pad the monthly budget a bit. If there is no time, Salvation Army is a great cause and will usually come to your house to pick up.


Smiles – Chuck Norris will never have a heart attack. His heart isn’t nearly foolish enough to attack him.

Cholesterol-Regulating Genes Identified By Scientists.

Great verse for July – Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.

Comments 1

  • Kaye, this is very helpful…thanks for posting it! Also, I’ve enjoyed following you on Twitter. It’s great to meet people passionate about senior care.

    Take care,
    Matt Johnson