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Retirees are untapped market for psychologistsMarch/April 2019, The National Psychologist, 28(2), p.7
2019 brings overhaul of testing codes and payment changes 2019 brings overhaul of testing codes and payment changesHartman-Stein, P. (January/February 2019), The National Psychologist, 28(1), p. 1
Alcohol Misuse Rises Among Older Adults December 5, 2017 It had been a stressful day. Recently retired, Mary now spends her time caring for her elderly parents, an hour’s drive away, and today had been particularly trying. Her father, with dementia, had been uncooperative, and the whole day had felt like a long battle. Mary
As a caregiver, you might feel impatient when the person with Alzheimer’s struggles to find words or forgets what they want to say. Here are some ways to communicate more effectively with your loved one: Ask questions that require a yes or no answer. For example, you could say, “Are you tired?” instead of “How
Why meditating and walking your dog go together There are so many benefits of being outdoors: it improves our health, lifts our attitude and reconnects us to nature and the world around us. The Buddha says that there are Four Foundations for Mindfulness and also Four Postures. One of those is walking – something most