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Stephen B.

Sun City West, Arizona
SGB Media Group was formed in 2006 by bass industry pundit Steve "Dude" Barr and is the parent, administrative arm of a consortium of smaller internet based companies serving narrowly defined, demographically targeted, market segments via several business models including affiliate... Full Bio
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Top Online Pharmacies Rated; Shouldn't Be Sole Source of Health Info by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Among the top 3 most-visited online drugstores, Walgreens.com was rated the clear choice for reliable information and ease of use by experts at HealthRatings.org, a join ... Read on »
Elder Care At Home – What Are Your Options? by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Many surveys have shown that people prefer to stay in their own homes as long as possible as they age. We should not be surprised. Most of us would rather stay where we are ... Read on »
Are You Drowning in Caregiving? by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving An area of concern that I get asked about the most is finding someone to give the caregiver a break.Most adult children fall into caregiving as a result of an incident that ... Read on »
Caregiving - Families Don't Always Play Fair by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving In our busy world, caregiving can become a complicated task especially when multiple family members are involved. Who will take responsibility for what tasks? Often the majo ... Read on »
Avoid Burnout When Caregiving An Aging ParentBy by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving When providing care to aging or disabled parents, many caregivers ignore the most important person involved in the caregiving process. "Who?" - you may ask? The answer might ... Read on »
Coping With The Emotional Challenges Of Caregiving A Parent by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving By: Dana Sanders Do you know someone acting as a caregiver to an aging or disabled parent, maybe a friend, loved-one, or a co-worker? Are you serving as the role of car ... Read on »
This group of caregivers on Yahoo I met today. by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving So I was poking around at some of the links I posted over there on the right side this morning and I ran across a Yahoo group for caregivers and sent up a flare not knowing ... Read on »
Breaking the silence by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Hello, I'm writing this blog more for myself than anyone else. I need to break the shroud of silence that has all but engulfed my very being and taken me to insanity's ga ... Read on »
Strategies for Working with Discharge Planners by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving What do you do when your loved one goes to the hospital? If you are caring for someone with dementia, you probably worry about the hospital’s understanding of the illness an ... Read on »
Hot Weather Tips by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving HOT Weather Tips We all suffer in hot weather. However, for elderly and disabled people and those with chronic health conditions such as vascular disease or diabetes ... Read on »
Fact Sheet : Advocacy Tips for Family Caregivers by Stephen B. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving A Call to Action Families—not institutions—provide the majority of care to chronically ill and disabled loved ones. These families know the enormity of the burden in caring ... Read on »