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Editorial

Switzer & Area News

I just have to answer Teresa Cook’s question on cleaning. My thing while cleaning one place is that I find something that goes in another room. Then, when I go in there, I start doing things in that room and not going back to the other room. What a vicious circle of cleaning or actually, not cleaning.

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Caregivers Corner

One of the perplexing problems caregivers of those affected by Alzheimer’s/Dementia may face is trying to convince these individuals to bathe or shower. Those needing care may often resist or refuse. This may frustrate or disturb the caregiver because this behavior can’t be understood by the caregiver. Chances are this was never the case with these individuals; why now? Whatever the answer, bathing or showering must be done. The following comes from “5 Tips for Getting a Person Living With Dementia to Take a Shower” by Bob DeMarco and the www. Alzheimerreadingroom. com and may supply some help and answers to caregivers:

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Rinard Mills

Quentin D. Forshey, 96, of Ashland, died Dec. 25, 2019. He was born Oct. 29, 1923 to Win and Bay Holland Forshey on Wilson Run Rd. He attended Bloomfield School.

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TABLE TALK

Hello, everyone from Table Talk. Can you believe this is February 10, 2020 already? It just seems as though we were waiting to see if the groundhog saw his shadow,

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