Tag Archives: long term care

I Should Have Known

A friend of mine recently told me about the woman who lived next door to him and it brought back painful memories and some questions with which I continue to struggle. It seems that this woman, who lived alone, was discovered walking along a busy highway by her son who had fortuitously put a GPS […]

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The Career Train

Imagine each of our careers as a long train ride. We get on at the start of our work life and ride until it is time to get off. But when and where will that be? As we ride along we notice that some people get off our train at various stations and switch to […]

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A Time for Research and Creativity

Last week was another busy news week with escaped fugitives, ongoing financial trauma in Greece, voting on gay marriage and, oh yes, the Affordable Care Act was once again determined to be legal. What does this mean for all of us who are purchasers of health insurance plans? It means that nothing has changed. The […]

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French Ingenuity

University Students In France Are Moving In With Senior Citizens! This headline made the news recently and it prompted me to wonder if any movement like this is occurring in the United States. All societies are facing the increasing costs of care for the aging. I assume that all developed countries also face the high […]

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Sniper Shots and Cannonballs

All of our lives we try to manage our diets, exercise and stress levels to minimize the bad things that can happen to us. Yet there are some medical situations we cannot avoid. If a genius like Steven Hawking can be struck by ALS what hope for the rest of us average Joes? And yet, […]

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