Caregiver tip: Take your 'energy temperature'

Caregiver tip: Take your 'energy temperature'

Caregiver tip: Take your 'energy temperature'

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This Mindful Monday, Shannon Braun, director of ERS' Center for Memory Support and Inclusion, offers a tip for people who are care partners for people who are living with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia: To figure out the best times to do difficult or strenuous tasks, take your 'energy temperature' is most optimal.

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Mike Rutledge

Mike Rutledge

Mike Rutledge has been Content Marketing Specialist for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) since early 2022. He writes articles, blogs and other information to inform people about things happening at ERS’ retirement communities of Marjorie P. Lee an... Read More >

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