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How to Be an Effective Caregiver

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It only took one diagnosis for my life to be completely altered. The first time I heard that my father was diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy I knew immediately that everything else was going to be put on hold so that I could be there for him. I packed up my bags and moved back...
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Your Guide to Paying for Alzheimer’s Disease Care

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No matter how prepared you may think you are, long-term care and end-of-life care require a massive investment of money that may be spread out over months or even years. This can be even more impactful if you or a loved one begins to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Here are some ways you can begin...
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Difficult Decisions: What to Do After a Terminal Diagnosis

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Being diagnosed with a terminal illness changes everything in an instant. Priorities immediately shift, questions about insurance and your estate arise, and final dispositions must be made for end-of-life care and funeral arrangements. If you’re too ill to take on these tasks yourself, it'll be necessary to call on a spouse, friend, or family member...
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What You May Not Know About Mesothelioma

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Healthy Lung Month, observed each October, reminds us how important our lung health is and how lung diseases affect millions of Americans. For those with mesothelioma, October means something extra special. Asbestos diseases are more rare than other common lung diseases and are much more difficult to diagnose. Although more rare, mesothelioma is equally as...
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COMPASSION = COMmunicate + PASSION

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TL staff recently had the privilege to hear from the husband of a hospice patient we served a few years ago. Many thanks to Don W. for his kind words and continued support. In a venue such as this, two questions often come to mind regarding the speaker: Don served at the Marine Corps Air...
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