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Good Advice from the Financial Advisor

September 12, 2010
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Rainy Sunday morning in the Washington, DC area. Great time to clear some of the piles on my desk. I came upon a Washington Post article I clipped a while ago. Michelle Singletary is a personal finance writer. I often think her writing is directed at folks younger than me, that I have missed all… Continue Reading Good Advice from the Financial Advisor

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Aging in Place-Two Keys

December 30, 2009

The New York Times Blog, The New Old Age is a really good and wide ranging approach to the issues of coping and caring. The current entry on small scale assisted living by Paula Span, is right on the button, as I would expect. Clicking around as things work with on line media I hit… Continue Reading Aging in Place-Two Keys

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Paula Span on Caregiving in the Washington Post

June 17, 2009

Paula Span wrote an excellent article on caregiving issues in yesterday’s Washington Post Health Section. I wrote about another article of hers in the Post just last month. I guess this is a firm endorsement. Paula gets it! Though she does not specifically speak to Aging in Place the implication and recommendation are clear. Have… Continue Reading Paula Span on Caregiving in the Washington Post

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Great Caregiver Article- and some irony?

May 12, 2009

Paula Span wrote a great article about caregivers in this Sunday’s Washington Post magazine. Marilyn Daniel’s Reward combines the facts and the emotions of clients and caregivers quite deftly. Caregivers are already a critical resource that will grow more critical as the boomers need assistance. The story is clear: Caregivers are working really hard for… Continue Reading Great Caregiver Article- and some irony?

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