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  • The History Of Assisted Living

    The History Of Assisted Living

    Thank You Monica Trivedi for sharing this important information concerning Assisted Living. Permission has been granted to reproduce this article on my website by author. Source of Information: http://www.assistedlivinghistory.com/   Below is a detailed overview of how assisted living facilities have evolved over the years, as well as some thoughts about the future of assisted […]

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    | February 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Should Know

    Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Should Know

    Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Should Know Written By: Michele Bayno BSW, BA Alzheimer’s can be tricky. It can present itself with symptoms that seem innocent enough. For example, you may just be forgetting things, but we all do from time to time. According to Joseph Hanna (B.Sc. Phm., CDE, CGP), it is estimated that this […]

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    | January 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Seniors

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Seniors Written By: Michele Bayno BSW, BA Seniors and their caregivers have many challenges today. A simple activity such as taking a daily bath may be difficult for a senior. Making a simple meal may also create numerous challenges. Medications may not be taken according to the doctors’ orders. Possibly, they may not be consumed […]

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Elderly Issues

| July 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Written By: Michele Bayno BSW Are you, or someone you love elderly?  Today, the elderly population face many serious issues. They are sometimes subjected to everything from financial stress to social isolation. Following, I will discuss some of the most important issues that the elderly person may face. This article was written for general information […]

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A Morning At The Mall: Taking your Elderly Parents Christmas Shopping. A Guide For Caregivers

| December 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

A Morning At The Mall: Taking your Elderly Parents Christmas Shopping Written by Michele Bayno BSW, BA   I really savor this time of the year. My husband and I bundled up our boys Sunday morning and headed off to the shopping center to complete our last minute Christmas shopping. We arrived early enough to […]

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A Christmas Memory

| December 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

 A Christmas Memory Written by: Michele Bayno BSW, BA For myself and my family Christmas time is a magical time of year. It is a time of joy, secrets, and spending time with loved ones. It is a time of Christmas shopping and tackling crowded  shopping centers. I love hiding as I wrap Christmas presents […]

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Mr. Smith, My friend

| December 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Article written by Michele Bayno BSW BA I will call him Mr. Smith (name changed to protect person’s identity). Mr. Smith and I had a special bond while he was a patient on the geriatric unit at the health institution I used to work at. I was still in my 20′s, and Mr. Smith was […]

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The Holidays Can Be A Lonely Time if You are Elderly

| December 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Article Written by Michele Bayno BSW, BA Are you an elderly person who is feeling lonely during the Christmas holiday? Instead of Christmas cheer, you may be feeling sad and lonely. It could be that you are living in a different city from your family members. Possibly, you are estranged from your family. Whatever the […]

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Private Geriatric Social Worker

| October 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
Private Geriatric Social Worker

Private Social Worker Available for Consultations. My name is Michele Bayno, I have ten years working experience as a geriatric social worker in a public hospital setting. My area of expertise is working with seniors and their families. I have a lot of experience with the important issues that the touch the lives of seniors and […]

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Seniors Support Center

| October 19, 2011 | 0 Comments
Seniors Support Center

Seniors Support Center

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Through the Eyes of A Senior Citizen

| October 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

Written By: Michelle Bayno BSW, BA I read a touching article recently that I wanted to share with you. While browsing through a magazine one afternoon, I found out what is important to this eighty-one year old elderly lady. I will call her Mrs. Smith.  She shared some lessons that life has taught her, and […]

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