Category Archives: Elderly Caretaking

The False Scares of Dementia for the Elderly Parents Around the Holidays

From the Neurologist’s Office, off of the Front Page Sections, translated… The New Year’s coming, working in the giant tall white towers, I can’t help, but share some things with the rest, something I’d, discovered, around the holidays.  Every year … Continue reading

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The Forgetful Version of ‘Til Death, on Live-ing

The signs that points to the onset of dementia, or, just simply, forgetting, because, we’re, growing, older now, translated… From Before, H’s Forgetfulness Had, Gotten to Me, Later, as I’d, Had Several Forgetful Moments, I’d, Felt, a Bit Embarrassed, and … Continue reading

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The Urine Bag

Because the living can’t let go of the dying, the dying still, DRAGS on, indefinitely, until, life can’t, keep going anymore, this is, really CRUEL, when you think about it, translated… Days and nights come the same in the E.R., … Continue reading

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Be Prepared, Leave No Regrets Behind

On the terminal care of our, aging parents, translated… A couple of years ago, there was a bestseller, “Don’t Think You Still Have Twenty Years with Your Parents, There’s Only Actually, Just Fifty-Five Days that’s, Left”, there was a formula … Continue reading

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Dementia, But Not Losing the Ability to Live on One’s Own, Training the Children Starting at a Young Age

As these, are the skills, we would find useful, as we become, elderly people, and with the society, aging fast right now, we need to, make sure, that we train, the next generations to be, inquisitive, because they will help … Continue reading

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Who Can Pick Up the Phones for Me

This is the family’s hardships, of handling the issues surrounding long-term care, and the government can’t do SHIT! Translated… My father ran to and from between Keelung and Taipei recently. The news stories on how much people are putting in, … Continue reading

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Saving up on the Love When We’re Younger, in Our Elderly Years, We’d Be Looked After

Written by a neurologist of a hospital, on how important it is, to establish that bond of parent and children when we’re still, younger, from the Front Page Sections, translated… I see many elderly patients in my clinic, those accompanying … Continue reading

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