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First Time Grandparents and a Pandemic-What You Should Know-Charlotte Today

First Time Grandparents When shutdowns began in the United States back in March, there were murmurs of the baby boom that would materialize. All that free time for cohabitating couples surely would result in overflowing maternity units come December, the speculation went. In December we saw the first pandemic babies born....

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First Time Grandparents and a Pandemic-What You Should Know-Charlotte Today

First Time Grandparents When shutdowns began in the United States back in March, there were murmurs of the baby boom that would materialize. All that free time for cohabitating couples surely would result in overflowing maternity units come December, the speculation went. In December we saw the first pandemic babies born....

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Senior Entertainment / Education Network – Join In! – Sixty and Me

Senior Entertainment / Education Network I fell into a mission for older people, not through caregiving as many think (that would come later) but through singing. Tired of playing in casinos and night clubs, I went into a senior community and started singing to the residents. And I never stopped....

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LONG-DISTANCE CAREGIVING AND COVID-19, Sixty and Me

LONG-DISTANCE CAREGIVING AND COVID-19 In a previous Sixty and Me article, I covered the challenges of long-distance caregiving. With Covid-19, long-distance caregiving has become even more problematic. For instance, occasional visits that you used to have may have disappeared altogether. In-person visits are essential, though. So, if you are not...

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Long-Distance Caregiving Under Covid – Charlotte Today – 11/19/20

Long-Distance Caregiving Under Covid There are many challenges to being a long-distance caregiving. Covid-19 has made it harder.  Occasional visits that you used to have may have disappeared. So, what if friends and neighbors are now your primary eyes and ears? How do you assure that these relationships help to...

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