1. "At The Center" AP on Livewello.com

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    • Granny Wins Elder Olympics

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      Well it all started with my new slow motion GoPro video camera. My challenge is to do a video a day - in the time that I have - being the caregiver for my 93 year old Mum - and doing some work to pay the bills - so sometimes its 2 hours - sometimes its 4 hours. And of course our stories come from our lives and this is mine - you use what you got. I got Granny - or as you'll hear me call her Mumsy. She has an age related cognitive disorder (that code). But I want people to see the good side of caring for your elders/parents. So here it is "Granny" preparing and running 100 miles and her victory speech. There's some great tips in here for living to 93 and being victorious in life. (Note: it is filmed and edited in HD 720 p but for uploading I have used Standard Definition)

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      • Caregiving: Ask the Expert

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        Ms. Ginzler, a national expert on aging issues and is frequently called upon to confer with industry leaders about aging issues and to address groups ranging from neighborhood associations to national organizations. She was recently AARP's lead spokesperson on older driver safety, mobility options, housing options and caregiving. She is co-author with Hugh Delehanty of Caring for Your Parents – The Complete Family Guide. Be Smart. Be Well. sat down with Elinor Ginzler to discuss caregiving. Watch the video interview above.

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        • Caregiving from Afar, Especially for Aging Parents

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          More and more people are being called upon to care from their parents from afar. In this "Kitchen Table Chat" with contributor Yosaif August, he talks about "reaching in" and feeling better about what you are able to give from where you're at. He talks about how important it is to give to your loved one freely without a sense of guilt or obligation, and that you really can live your deeply held values of care from afar. He illustrates these principles through a personal story. Watch now.

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          • Beliefs that Get in the Way: Overcoming Receiving Deficit Disorder

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            How do you reach out before you burn out? In this “Kitchen Table Chat”, contributor Yosaif August sheds light on the importance of caregivers becoming more aware of their beliefs and how it may impact the help they could be getting. This can turn into something called receiving deficit disorder (RDD), where you just can't ask for the help you need before you burn out. Yosaif shares an example of a “thwarting” belief and helps caregivers understand how to delegate, so that there's nothing in the way of asking for what they need. Watch now.

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            • Caregiving focus 3

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              • Caregiving focus 2

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                • Caregiving project

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                  • Have Patience - with your Care Receiver

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                    Cara Mae talks about the virtue of patience while being a family caregiver. In this case, with your care receiver specifically. She gives 3 key tips in practicing patience: Understand the disease(s) or condition(s) of the care receiver, don't take unsettling behaviors personally, and communicate with caregiving peers. Find out more at www.CareConscious.com and find out whether or not you're experiencing unhealthy levels of caregiving stress.

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                    • Have Patience with Yourself

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                      Cara Mae talks about the virtue of patience while being a family caregiver, particularly patience with yourself. If you're feeling overwhelmed and perhaps a little self critical about your role as a family caregiver, exercising a little patience and self-appreciation can go a long way.

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