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Family Matters, Fall 2019 Magazine

Family Matters, Fall 2019 Magazine

As we move into the fall and winter months, changes in the weather can change socialization patterns for seniors. Wind, rain and cold temperatures can make it difficult to get outside and a lack of sunlight can create challenges for those with vision impairment. Yet, avoiding isolation is essential for physical, emotional, and cognitive wellness. We can give you the tools to make sure your favorite senior makes it through the fall and winter without increased anxiety, depression and isolation. Some of them are included in this issue.

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Carol Pardue-Spears

Carol has worked in the healthcare field for more than forty years. As a Certified Nursing Assistant, she worked for El Camino Hospital in the cardiac unit, Los Gatos Community Hospital, The Women’s Cancer Center in Los Gatos and several home health and hospice agencies. Carol founded Family Matters in 2002 to fill a deficit she witnessed in high-quality, in-home services and care.

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