It's time for another roundup of great news items and resources to help those of us in the Sandwich Generation, juggling the multigenerational caregiving issues in our family:
The Sandwich Generation Issues
How to Avoid Sandwich Generation Problems from About.com's Senior Living.
Intriguing way of looking at the Sandwich Generation issues.
I've been reading several articles lately about errors that have been made by various doctors. Sadly, it does happen. Doctors are just as human as the rest of us. I'm so grateful that most of the time, their advice is great, but no one is perfect. Thus we shouldn't be surprised to learn that statistics are showing 17%-30% of patients who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's are misdiagnosed!
This is important for our aging parents – and for ourselves as well – Heart Disease Symptoms in Women
Caring for the Caregiver
Do you love those yummy cheese and tortilla dips, like I do? I haven't tried this, but if it's half as good as this gal says, it would sure make a great afternoon snack for caregivers and carees.
If you have a healthy salad first, like this one, you can enjoy double helpings of those great chips and dip. 🙂
Grandparents and Grandkids
- All of our sweet grandchildren are ALWAYS perfect and would NEVER dream of having temper tantrums or meltdowns, RIGHT? Uh huh, that's what I thought! Well, for those FRIENDS of ours who don't have such perfect grandkids, this is a great article from Grandparents.com. 🙂
- Bet you'll find several fun ideas to share with your grandchildren in this article from The Golden Gleam.
- Have you ever wanted to show your grandchild how a butterfly "hatches?" Here's a video of it, along with a simple project to go with it.
- Got any LEGO-loving grandkids? ME TOO! Bet they'll all enjoy this article, Building LEGO models – tips from the pros
So much of interest to all of us in the Sandwich Generation – especially for grandparents, this time! These roundups are a regular part of SandwichINK, along with the tips and information I share at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and G+, so be sure to follow me there and…