This week I have another blog to share, brought to you by Judy Oppenheimer. This was originally posted on Slate.com and the article discusses aging as a baby boomer and the stigma that can come with aging.
Not Dead Yet
Tips for Dealing with Incontinence During the Winter
Good day, Good day! For those are you that live up north, I hope your staying warm. I was recently forwarded this list of tips orginally posted on the Live Confidently website. Check them out and let us know if they help!
How to Survive as the Primary Caregiver
Hello everyone, today I have a new article brought to you by guest blogger, Jeff Anderson, who writes for assistedliving.com. We are pleased to have him contributing to our blog and giving you some new information on how to live a more fullfilling, healthy life as a primary caregiver. Check out Jeff’s article below!
Dealing with Urinary Incontinence
Upon scrolling through some online news articles yesterday morning, I came across an article that highlighted a recent study done in Hong Kong that showed that prompted voiding is an effective measure for managing urinary incontinence. The article was published on ScienceDaily.com and is based on materials provided by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Additionally, […]
7 Ways To Transform Caregiving From Burden To Opportunity
Today I have an article I found while browsing through google news. The author is Kathy Caprino of Forbes.com. The article highlights 7 unique ways you can transform caregiving from a burder to an opporunity. Now I will admit that up to this point in my life I have never been a caregiver, however, I think […]
10 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Someone Who Uses a Wheelchair
By Rachelle Friedman, I’ve heard some pretty crazy things come out of people’s mouths in my few short years as a wheelchair user. Most people definitely mean well, but some sentiments aren’t received the way many able bodied people might expect. In the disabled community, it’s not uncommon for us to joke with each other […]