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Assisted Vacation

Nurses wanted to support our guests on Assisted Vacation

December 31, 2015 · · Assisted Vacation · 0 Comments

AssistedVacation.com is looking for exceptional nurses to travel with our handicapped and disabled guests on vacation. AV team members support our guests on their customized holiday. We provide guide services, personal care, medication management and any other task to ensure our guests have a safe and enjoyable holiday. AV team members have the flexibility to.

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Vacation for individuals in Hospice

March 9, 2014 · · Assisted Vacation, End of Life Care, General, Our Team · 0 Comments

  We will all eventually encounter the multifarious emotions of dealing with our own mortality or that of a loved-one. The Kübler-Ross model, or the five stages of grief, is the series of emotional stages that someone experiences when faced with impending death. While the five stages of grief are a framework, each individual is.

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Memories from Vacation

December 1, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Travel · 0 Comments

I recently had dinner with an old high school friend at a cozy café across from the Abbess Metro station in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris. There was a Christmas market in the square across the street and children gleefully laughed on the merry-go-round where I had taken my son around and around (and around).

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Bucket list- A Hospice Holiday

November 18, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, End of Life Care, Quality of life · 0 Comments

The email was straight to the point, suggesting that the writer did not have the inclination to waste time on pleasantries. “I’m dying and I’ve never been to Hawaii”, it read. “I want you to take me and my family over there next month.” Our company provides staff and planning services to support our guests.

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Holidays for Carers in Spain

November 8, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Our Team, Travel · 0 Comments

Welcome Agustin Costa Granero! Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. With a mild climate, friendly people, rich culture and plenty of sun, it’s no wonder that millions of people travel to Spain for holiday each year. Tourists from the UK are particularly fond of visiting Spain in the winter.

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Remembering the Departed- Touissant

November 2, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Côte d'Azur, Travel · 0 Comments

There is an enormous cemetery in Nice that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. My wife Laura’s grandfather Jean-Luc rests there at the Cimetière de Caucade where he was buried not long after his 95th birthday. We went to visit “Pepe” yesterday on Touissant, the French word for All-Saints Day, which is celebrated on November 1st. Whether.

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Planning for travel with an aging parent

October 31, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Elder Care, Quality of life, Travel · 0 Comments

I recently had the chance to connect with Dale Carter, founder of www.transitionagingparents.com. Dale has a fantastic website, blog and book about how to best approach the very complex challenges of helping aging parents manage significant life changes while maintaining their quality of life (and yours!). There are a few key aspects to helping our.

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Memories from Vacation

October 29, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Quality of life, Travel · 0 Comments

I recently had the chance to chat with an American World War II veteran. He wants to return to France to see the sites where he fought and he particularly wants to visit Normandy where he stormed the beaches and watched many of his friends die 69 years ago. He is an old man now,.

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Vacation for Elders- Nice, France

October 28, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Côte d'Azur, Quality of life, Travel · 0 Comments

Assisted Vacation for Elders- Come visit us in Nice!

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Sandwich Generation Caregivers

October 25, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, Caregiver, Quality of life, Travel · 0 Comments

100 years apart Conflict is part of most families and some disharmony can even be beneficial. The significant needs of the very young and elderly within a family however can cause an excessive amount of strain as the decision-makers in a family must delicately allocate their resources of time, money and attention. A “Sandwich Generation”.

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