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Stan Cohen

Port Murray, New Jersey
At age 55, I found that my mother was beginning to rely on my brother and I to care for her. The problem was, neither of use knew what to do, who to ask for help or where to look. At the same time, I developed my seniors movement program and through teaching I found that my family "care"... Full Bio
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Bill Esteb

Larkspur, Colorado
 Bill Esteb has been writing about natural health topics, particularly chiropractic and wellness subjects since 1981 when he began chiropractic care. He speaks regularly at chiropractic gatherings and his books are required reading at several chiropractic colleges. You can read his many contributions to alternative health care website www.choosenatural.com.

Sarah Reed

London, United Kingdom
My deep interest and long experience with older people, reminiscence and dementia resulted in the publication of two products to connect the generations who can remember the 1940s and 1950s, Many Happy Returns™ Chatterbox cards. These evidence-based memory trigger cards provide more meaningful and enjoyable connection between seniors and younger people and serve to enrich...

bibmomma

Austin, Texas
A Texan, a mom, a librarian....that's me! Also, a person with Parkinson's Disease who wants to help other PWP become better informed about treatments, symptoms and therapies.

Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN GCM

Ann Arbor, Michigan
Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM is an author, speaker, consultant and national expert in senior care.  With over 30 years experience in senior care and advocacy Angil is very passionate about eldercare and is well respected in her field. Angil has written for several websites including NurseTogether, the Alzheimer's Reading Room, Wellsphere, the National Senior Living...