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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Alaska! November is finally here along with the many joys that come with this time of year; like snowmen, sweaters, snow tires, sledding, snow angels, snow machines, snowball fights (etc.) We hope you all are as...
Senior Care in Eagle River AK: October is Emotional Wellness Month. This is the ideal opportunity for you as a family caregiver to learn more about this important element of mental and emotional health and well-being, and how you can increase it for your aging parent and for you.
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Homecare in Anchorage AK: Here we are again, folks! October of 2017 and time for a fresh batch of news for our TLC family. It’s also about that time for us to welcome the white stuff we either absolutely love, or absolutely dread, snow.
Home Care Services in Wasilla AK: If someone refers to you as a member of the “Sandwich Generation,” they’re not judging your culinary talents or suggesting you eat at Subway too often. They’re including you in the more than 1 in 8 Americans who are both raising a child and acting as a family caregiver for an aging parent.
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Hello TLC family and friends. The summer is almost over now and we hope that you’re all winding down with the business that this time of the year offers. With kids going back to school, fishing, hunting, camping trips, and the Alaska state fair, we hope you all are enjoying the last couple of sunny days we have left this year. We are excited for the winter and hope you all are as well.