It’s one of the most challenging problems for family caregivers. What do you do when your family member with dementia still insists upon driving his or her car?
“I was a nervous wreck about Dad’s driving,” remembers Lisa H., a family caregiver. “I confronted him, begged him and argued with him, to no avail. The more I pushed, the more he... Read More
Dad in good health at 90 but definitely slowing down a bit
By George Malkemus
Father’s Day was celebrated last Sunday with a family barbe-que at my home. My son Sam enjoyed his first Father’s Day with my 8-month-old grand twin baby boys, Arthur and Ocean. My father Gene... Read More
SSU nursing program gets high ranks in new survey
By Submitted by SSU NewsCenter
Sonoma State University’s nursing program has been ranked No. 21 in the Western United States, and No. 64 in the nation, according to Nursing Schools Almanac.
“The university graduates 20-40 students annually from the... Read More