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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: October 31, 2006
As we and our loved ones age, our capacity to perform certain functions diminishes. Thinking, driving, handling finances, and more are affected. But most often, our right to perform these functions is not legally taken away, except in certain situations involving a loss of mental competency.
Driving is a prime example. Here's a sampling of state laws regarding elderly drivers:
For the full story on elderly rights in the face of diminished cognitive control, read Can Dad Still Vote? In the October 2006 edition of Caregiver's Home Companion. Click here for more.
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