Resources for people providing care for Alzheimerís patients

One of our companies first reported experiences with Alzheimer’s disease involved a senior who refused to change clothes. She insisted on wearing the same gray pantsuit every day, all day.

Maybe you face similar frustrating situations as you care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. Without understanding what triggers the behaviors associated with the disease, or knowing... Read More

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Believe it or not, there are some perils to being great
By Steven Campbell

History continually demonstrates  how achieving greatness often holds the seeds of its own destruction. In his book “Get Out of Your Own Way,” Robert Cooper tells of his touring Rome once with a guide... Read More

Point of the Week
By Gigi Shames

This point along the Stomach Meridian (in Chinese Medicine the energy pathway controlling metabolism and assisting with general stamina) is known to acupuncturists as Stomach 45.  This point is located on the lateral edge... Read More

The Sportsmenís Report
By Bill Hanson

It was still dark when the cook sounded the call to breakfast. More than a dozen hunters had been up for hours sipping strong coffee, and the stragglers made it to the chow line... Read More

Chambers welcome Sahouria
By Photo courtesy of RP Chamber of Commerce

Both the Cotati Chamber of Commerce and the Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Sahouria Pediatric Dentistry, located at 1303 Medical Center Dr. in Rohnert Park.

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