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Who’s Taking Care of Me?

Barbara Bensoussan

How do you give an ailing parent the best possible care without compromising your own health and sanity? Family First spoke with a variety of eldercare experts to learn how to optimize the experience and avoid becoming overwhelmed.

 

Spell It Right!

Leah Mandel

With spell- and auto-text options, has knowing how to spell become pass?? Not if you want to appear intelligent. Why English is a tough language for the spelling-challenged, which English words have Hebrew roots, and how to raise good spellers.

 

Turning Tides: Windfall

As told to Leah Gebber

I’m no believer in fairy godmothers or pumpkins that turn into golden carriages. But this fairy tale is real — it happened to our family.

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Counting On You
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Keep Your Marriage Strong
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Journey of a Lifetime
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Dear Auntie
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