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Elderspeak in the Time of Corona – What the Nuns Can Teach Us

ELDERSPEAK IN THE TIME OF CORONA – WHAT THE NUNS CAN TEACH US BY ANTHONY CIRILLO  •  Sixty and Me The Corona pandemic has exposed hidden prejudices and a cultural bias of ageism. Part of that discussion is “Elderspeak.” It occurs when an older adult is spoken to by health care...

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3 Easy Ways Seniors Can Stay Connected to Family During Quarantine

3 Easy Ways Seniors Can Stay Connected to Family During Quarantine (Guest post by Kelsey Simpson. Kelsey enjoys writing about things that can help others. She lives in South Jersey and is the proud companion to two German Shepherds and spends her free time volunteering in dog shelters.) As the world...

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THE SELF DEFENSE OF CAREGIVERS – USING MARTIAL ARTS PRINCIPLES

The Self Defense of Caregivers, Sixty and Me BY ANTHONY CIRILLO  • Sixty and Me May 2, 2020  •  CAREGIVING Caregiving can often feel like a full-contact sport, and all too many caregivers find themselves under siege by other family members and even the ones to whom they provide care. This sense...

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Our Friday Song of the Week-Woodstock-Spinning Wheel

Our Friday Song of the Week – Woodstock – Spinning Wheel After seeing Santana in Charlotte my wife and I were inspired to have a Woodstock party. Not taking my duties lately, I found the Woodstock lineup and all the songs that were performed. I took it upon myself to...

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Our Friday Song of the Week-Woodstock-And When I Die

Our Friday Song of the Week – Woodstock – And When I Die After seeing Santana in Charlotte my wife and I were inspired to have a Woodstock party. Not taking my duties lately, I found the Woodstock lineup and all the songs that were performed. I took it upon...

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