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Aging in Place: A Policy Approach for Aging Well in Washington State
As in the rest of our nation, the population of Washington is aging. By 2030, nearly 20% of Washington residents will be age 65 and older; in rural communities, this will jump to nearly 30%. Are we p ...

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Coping With Caregiving: How to Manage Stress When Caring for the Elderly
Caring for the caregivers can be as important as caring for the patient. Discusses signs of stress, coping mechanisms, and setting realistic expectations. Recommends where to go for guidance and how t ...

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Helping Memory-Impaired Elders: A Guide for Caregivers
A guide to caring for an adult with memory loss. Common sense suggestions on ordering their life and yours. Explains the causes and effects of normal and disease related memory loss in simple terms. D ...

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How Economic Crisis Affects Medical Expenditures
Is it possible to connect job insecurity to depression? According to a recent study, the answer is yes. The purpose of this document is to identify a connection between depression induced by concerns ...

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Washington State's Eldercare Workforce
The population of Washington is aging. By 2030, nearly 20% of Washington residents will be age 65 and older; in rural communities nearly 30%. Are we prepared to meet the health care needs of our agin ...

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