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The Brookdale Foundation Group

300

Frank W. Burr Blvd

Suite 13

Teaneck, NJ

07666

 

Phone:

201-836-4602

 

Fax:

201-836-4342

 

Respite Reporters

2015 Respite Reporter
Contents

Mindfulness as a Caregiving Tool
A Practical Guide for People with EML
Music boosts Memory
News About StoryCorps
The Arts as an Avenue to Communication

2014 Respite Reporter
Contents
Best Friends Approach
TimeSlips Creative Storytelling
The Joys of Sharing Poetry
An Exemplary Continuum of Care
The Benefits of Humor

2013 Respite Reporter
Contents
Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey
Caregiving Through Poetry
Seeing and Sharing Beauty
Stellar Programs for People with Early Memory Loss
Spotlight on Technology

2010 Respite Reporter
Contents

When Music Conquers AD
Caregiver Satisfaction
Research, Data & Statistics
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
2010 Grant Information

2009 Respite Reporter
Contents
Professional Insights
EML Research
Memory Keepers
100 Years of Alzheimer’s
2009 Grant Information

2008 Respite Reporter

Contents
Finding Heroes
Awards & Recognition
Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey
BNGRP Initiative

2007 Respite Reporter
Contents:
Early Memory Loss Program
A Camping In Theme
Publications
BNGRP Grant Initiative

2006 Respite Reporter
Contents:
Intergenerational Programming Principles
An Interview with Author Ann Davidson
Views on Eldercare
The 2006 BNGRP Grant Initiative

2005 Respite Reporter
Contents:
An Exploration of Creativity and Dementia
An Excerpt from the Book Learning to Speak Alzheimer's: A Groundbreaking Approach for Everyone Dealing with the Disease
An Interview with the Author, Joanne Koenig Coste
Reducing the Risk of Falls

2004 Respite Reporter
Contents:
A Working Model of Early Stage Programming
A Community Based Continuum of Care
The Benefits of Caregiver Education 
Supportive Services for Asian Elders

2003 Respite Reporter
Contents:
The National Family Caregiver Support Program
The Brookdale Group Respite Network
Trends in Early Stage Alzheimer's Care 
The Power of Volunteers