The older I get, the more there is to know. I am grateful for all the resources that increase my knowledge, broaden my perspective, and inform my work.
In these days of information overload, there are plenty of places to find information. The challenge is to determine which ones are credible and trustworthy.This list of resources is evolving. As we continue our research and identify quality sites and information, we will add them to our list.
– Neuroscience News – cognitive science research articles and articles.
– Speaking of Dying – excellent film about compassionate dying.
– Medicare – Personalized Counseling & Assistance – Medicare guide to getting more help.
– Medicare Mistakes People Make and How to Avoid Them – Good tips to review.
– Mesothelioma – Excellent information about treatment and support options.
Medical Billing –
– 8 Medical Errors to Watch Out For
Alzheimers and Dementia
– Memory Loss Associated with Alzheimer’s Reversed for First Time
Healthy Expression and Self-Discovery: Writing Memoirs
– Appeal of Writing Memoirs Grows, as Do Publishing Options
– We Know How This Ends: Living While Dying by Bruce Kramer
– Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
– Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant by Roz Chast
– Mom’s Losing Her Memory I’m Losing My Mind: Taking Care of Mom and Dad with Memory Decline by Kathy Jean Stewart, RN
– The Best Care Possible: A Physician’s Quest to Transform Care Through the End of Life by Ira Byock, MD
– When Caring Takes Courage: A Compassionate, Interactive Guide for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers by Mara Botonis
– Assisted Living: Questions I Wish I Had Asked by Marcy Baskin