The Long-Term Care Crisis

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COVID-19: Seeking the Invitations in THE Interruption

March of this year, the advent of COVID-19 brought everything to a screeching halt in the United States. Like everyone else, I was shocked, frightened, and frustrated. All plans personally and professionally were derailed for the foreseeable future. When sharing my angst and concerns with a colleague, I gained an entirely new perspective on the…

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Journal 80 – Volume 3, 2020

Editor’s Letterby Erika Walker, MBA, CSA How To Ask for Optimal Medical Careby Sandy Kraemer, Esq. Smooth Operating: Finding a Hospital That Caters To Older Adults Undergoing Surgeryby Reba Miller, MBA Living From Inside Out: The Value of Conscious Aging and the Foray (4a+) “Beyond Self” Paradigmby Theresa Southam, PhD and Connie S. Corley, MSW,…

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Journal 78 – Volume 1, 2020

Editor’s Letterby Erika Walker Spring Clean Your Paperwork and Reduce Identity Theftby Hazel Heckers A New Kind of Companionby Richard Adler Eating Disorders and Older Adultsby Susan Rowell, MS, CSA Home Care’s Role in the Health-Care Continuumby Lakelyn Hogan, MA, MBA and Lanita Knoke, RN, BS, CMCN Vulnerabilities of Cognitively Impaired Patients in Acute and…

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