To Survive Caregiving

Posted July 27, 2007
Dr. Cheryl Woodson, Family caregiver, geriatrician, and author is a tireless advocate for seniors and their families.  On Thursday, August 16th, 2007 she will be presenting an informative FREE lecture titled:"To Survive Caregiving" Daughter's Experience, A Doctor's Advice on Finding Hope, Help, and Health."This event is going to be held at the Hallmark at 2960 North Lakeshore Drive in Chicago.  They offer free valet parking. Seating is limited so please RSVP by August 13th, 2007 to (312) 329-9060.  The event is also sponsored by Senior Bridge, an excellent private duty and care management company here in Chicago.  The first fifty ...
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Cast your vote to cure Alzheimer’s

Posted July 9, 2007
I received this notice today and wanted to share it with anyone who can help! Help Make Alzheimer's the American Express Members Project Thanks to hundreds of American Express cardholders who are champions for our cause, the Alzheimer's Association has been chosen as one of the top 50 projects in The Members Project, a new initiative from American Express that will award up to $5 million to a project selected by American Express cardholders. Now is your chance to put your VOICE into action again: Vote from now until July 15 to make sure the Cure for Alzheimer’s Project is ...
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Technology to help you balance work & family responsibilites

Posted July 4, 2007
Chicago Department on Aging's latest Brown Bag Lunch Series promises to teach you about new gadgets that ensure the safety of your older loved ones while you are away from home as well as find out about programs and services available to help you balance your responsibilities as a caregiver for an older adult. Bring a lunch - the seminar, as usual, is FREE. Friday, July 20, 2007 12:15-1:15 Chicago Department on Aging 30 N. La Salle #2320 (312) 744-8580
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