A Comprehensive Guide to Filing a Claim for Nursing Home Abuse People go to nursing homes to receive quality care and treatment. However, some facilities abuse, neglect, and mistreat their

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 Some of Us Are Not “So Done With Covid-19” BY KAREN L. RANCOURT, PHD “There aren’t many of us left,” said the masked woman when I, also masked, thanked her

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What Exactly Is Friendsgiving? BY CHRISTINE CROSBY Many years ago when I was a young single mom, my two best girlfriends (who were also single moms) and I decided to

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How to Enhance Your Thanksgiving BY JACK LEVINE As we enter the holiday season, let’s realize that there are neighbors, young and elder, whose weeks ahead are not brimming with joy.

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BY JERRY WITKOVSKY AND DEANNA SHOSS Trigger warning. We are going to talk about gun violence and mass shootings and how helpless we feel as grandparents to protect our grandchildren

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Is Wordle a good game for your grandkids? Children spend a lot of time on their mobile phones these days. Technology is advancing daily and becoming a vital part of

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A Grandparent’s Guide to Happy Holidays BY DEE DEE MOORE Ready to conquer the holiday chaos before it gets started? “A Grandparent’s Guide to Happy Holidays” is filled with tips

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Tips to be Fit: When Racing to the Bathroom Can Signal a Larger Problem Corey Blassingame, 52, of Blandon, Penn., isn’t shy. When he finds something that he’s passionate about,

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The incredible impact of stories and media on children BY SYLVIA BINSFELD We live in a media-saturated world. We are kept busy wading through stacks of misinformation and unending dialogue—so

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Discover Wikki Stix with your grandkids this Christmas! If they’re new to you, it will be first-time fun for all of you! If you’ve watched Nemo, Frozen, and Boss Baby

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Grandparents more involved than ever before? BY RICHARD AND LINDA EYRE In the Winter issue of GRAND, we talked about the new sense of a more proactive Grandparenting Movement that

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Ramsey Lewis:  A Father’s Passion BY REV. BOBBBY LEWIS “Dad, I love talking to you.” “Well, I love talking with you too, Son.” This, in my most straightforward words, is/was

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The Granny Who Stands On Her Head BY ANN RICHARDSON Somewhere in the middle of my seventies, I realized that I liked being old. Now that I am 80, I

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Why Grandparents Need to Know about Skin-to-Skin Contact After Birth BY DEEDEE MOORE Do you remember when your baby was born? The doctor or midwife announced the arrival and gave

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CLIMATE CHANGE 12 ways to make your retirement better for the planet (and your grandkids) BY HARRY R. MOODY AND STEVE VERNON Today’s pre-retirees and retirees face several financial challenges

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Be a grandparent questionologist BY KERRY BYRNE, PH.D. I spent my high school years with my hand up asking questions. So much so that one science teacher Mr. M asked

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Instant Pot Louisiana seafood, chicken, and sausage gumbo The perfect comfort food dish that can be whipped up on weeknights or for that special holiday dinner. Instant Pot Louisiana seafood,

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This chair rocks: a manifesto against ageism BY ASHTON APPLEWHITE I’ve never lied about my age—I have no problem saying “I’m sixty-six” loud and clear—but I sure know a lot

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On Being Grateful BY SHERILL POOL ELIZONDO Christmas decorations in stores before Halloween!? I’m no Grinch but I find Thanksgiving to be symbolic of what’s so very good about our

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Watch your language – especially when talking about gender  BY PAT HANSON We’ve all heard the admonition “it’s not what you say, but how you say it.” With the attention

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