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Health of caregivers is sometimes forgotten

“Caring for others can be physically and emotionally exhausting; breaks and help from others can be key “Caregivers sometimes get so involved in taking care of their sick loved ones that their own health can ...
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“Family Caregivers Finally Get A Break — And Some Coaching”

Photo courtesy of Lynne Shallcross/KHN | article “For today, there are no doctor’s visits. No long afternoons with nothing to do. No struggles over bathing. “At the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., a ...
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“Imaginative Caregiving for the Cancer Patient”

While conversations rarely penetrate the bell jar of my self-containment, inventive forms of caregiving do. “After the drama of diagnosis passes and the preliminary offers of assistance dissipate, a few hardy souls hang in with ...
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“How Not to Say the Wrong Thing”

“It works in all kinds of crises — medical, legal, even existential. It’s the ‘Ring Theory’ of kvetching. The first rule is comfort in, dump out. “When Susan had breast cancer, we heard a lot ...
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A Positive Outlook May Be Good for Your Health

“‘Look on the sunny side of life.” “’Turn your face toward the sun, and the shadows will fall behind you.” “’Every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day.” “’See ...
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CaringOn Interviewed on Radio Show “Anna’s Journey”

Anna’s Journey, a radio show hosted on Blog Talk Radio, recently interviewed our co-founder, Lee Kappelman, along with Susan Ferrer who are carrying on the legacy of our late Founder, Judy Goldberg Davanzo. Anna Renault ...
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Boys’ Latin Student Honors Judy Davanzo and CaringOn with Fundraiser

My name is Tucker Booth. I am a sophomore at the Boys’ Latin School of Maryland. My family has been friends with the Davanzo’s for many years. Reese and I have grown up together as ...
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Cockeysville Lightening Lacrosse Team Honors Judy Davanzo

Judy’s husband Drew and her son Trace were surprised and touched when the coaches for the Cockeyville Lightening lacrosse team (age bracket 9-10) designed special uniforms for their games featuring the CaringOn logo and colors ...
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Beautiful Obituary for Judy Davanzo in the Wall Street Journal

“After learning that she was dying of cancer, Judy Davanzo created a charity that arranges outings for caregivers. Ms. Davanzo, a mother of two and former teacher, died April 2 at age 49. She was ...
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