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Our Caregiver's e-Mall is filling up with great stores and a growing number of items just in time for the holidays. Whether you browse and find a book or tape to help you with caregiving, or come across a wonderful gift for a friend or family member, the e-Mall can be your source for easy shopping and gift-giving.
So, click on the dark blue Caregiver's e-Mall buttons throughout our site and enter a comfortable, secure shopping experience with major merchants while avoiding the hassle of having to find a parking place or matching your shopping hours with someone else's. Our mall is just a click away and is open 24 hours every day.
Watch for additional stores opening in the e-Mall soon!
posted: September 30, 2007
Family caregivers may instinctively feel they know when their aging loved one can no longer live safely on their own, but a formal assessment by a trained geriatric professional is always best, and is accompanied by specific advice on how to handle the situation.
Use this checklist as your own guide on whether it's time to bring in a professional eldercare expert to make that formal assessment with you and your loved one:
To get the full story working with a geriatric professional to assess your loved one's capabilities for living alone, read the feature article Gauging Whether Mom and Dad Can Continue Living on Their Own – Dealing with the Telltale Signs in the September 2007 edition of Caregiver's Home Companion.
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