Family care of an older adult has emerged as an essential element of the U.S. health care system, with 83 percent of long-term care provided to older adults coming from family members or other unpaid helpers. As the population of older adults grows, so too does the expectation of family care for persons living with dementia. We have engaged in decades of research, documenting the impact of dementia caregiving on the health and well-being of the caregiver. We have also conducted research to create evidence-based interventions that can be defined as structured programs with positive results that have been scientifically proved through clinical trials.MORE HEALTH: Combating the loneliness of motherhoodWe have learned much from family caregivers who report that the amount and type of care expected of them is growing, and have concluded that caregiving demands should be matched by community-based support systems. We have advocated for the adoption of one evidence-based intervention, … [Read more...] about Most caregivers of people with dementia are family members, and they need help
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Elizabeth Bruenig, The Washington Post Published 9:17 am PDT, Monday, September 24, 2018 Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Amanda Voisard Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Amanda Voisard A ladder leads to the loft of the shed where Amber Wyatt reported she was raped, in a 2006 evidence … [Read more...] about Teen reported 2006 rape. Then nothing happened. In #MeToo era, what do we owe her?
Deb pulled open the heavy door of the high school auditorium and stepped inside, looking around as it clicked shut behind her. She tried to look relaxed, smiling at someone she knew, but every step stirred uncertainty in her.She had come here to audition for a play, knowing she was likely well out of her league. The students here tonight were an elite, accomplished group. Some of them had been performing together for years. In the high school lobby, just outside the door, a glass display case held the gleaming trophies they had won. Related Links Photos: A drama unfolds in Peabody They mingled around her now with easy camaraderie, nervous energy fueling bouts of laughter. Some were Deb’s friends, but this was their home turf. Anakin Fleming had won raves in the prize-winning drama festival show two years ago. Marc Fournier had starred in the play that made it to the finals last year. Melissa Poirier, whom Deb had met in gym class, was both an accomplished dancer and an … [Read more...] about The world, the stage, the way ahead
Kathleen Gray Detroit Free Press Published 10:00 p.m. UTC Jun 17, 2018 LANSING — The unprecedented outpouring of activism from students after the shooting at Marjorie Douglas Stoneman High School in Parkland, Fla., in February is the genesis for a bill introduced in the Legislature last week that would change the voting age in Michigan to 16. "We allow 16-year-olds to go off and get jobs and pay taxes, but we fail to allow them to exercise their voice come election time," said Sen. David Knezek, D-Dearborn Heights. "Young people are setting aside their differences and identifying issues they think need to change. And they can do everything to get that change except vote." The shooting at Parkland, which left 17 students and teachers dead, prompted multiple school walkouts and large demonstrations across the nation by students calling for more gun control. The bills, simultaneously introduced in both the House and Senate, also would require a change in … [Read more...] about Democrats propose changing legal voting age in Michigan to 16