This is the first blog I read when I joined Wordpress and it remains a source of valuable information.
Elderly Sitting is a very practical and useful blog for anyone living or working or visiting with older people. The author has experience working with elderly people who need assistance and their caregivers who need a break. Continue reading “links #3: practical guidance”
I’m not sure what is going on in Japan, but I’ve read several articles and posts lately about the plight of the elderly – particularly of women.
The first article I read was from The New York Times and followed the stories of several older people. One woman sends deliveries of pears to her neighbor across the way so that she will check to see that she opens her blinds (screen) every morning. That way, if she is in trouble or dies, someone will notice and call for the body to be taken away. Continue reading “link #2: being elderly in japan is no picnic”
This and That Continued offers some amazing observations.
In addition to writing blog entries, I have come across some really interesting posts and blogs, so I thought I would mentioned some of them in greater detail. This is the first in an ongoing series of “links”. Continue reading “links to other posts #1”