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ineedmoney25
 in response to Starshine...   u sound like a nice wife or gf
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ineedmoney25
how old r u?
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Starshine
Hi honey
I been thinking about you and it is April. How are you?? And work? Hope all is well. I read last statement and I use to do two hours contest etc. then off computer long time ago. Thought of going to my favorites to see if they are there.
Look forward to hearing from you
Starshine
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Starshine

Hello there How are you and the family? I hope life has gotten better and you enjoy Chinese Cookies lol. Love seeing you back here. I have been sending people to safewireless site for free cell phone if in there area .. Too bad not in CA yet. I think I would have a easy time figuring that out. Don't you think?? Missed you here but you are in my JOBIDEAS link love you darling Starshine

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Starshine
 in response to Laura14...   

LOL you are kinda of back - do share your projects if they are making you money.. I hope to get stuff down like paying billls and other things

keep in touch - i am about to use the computer to play contest again and want someone to play the lottery for me.. 

love ya darlin

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Laura14
 in response to Starshine...   I'm kinda back LOL, just working on lots of projects! I gotta start checking my messages more, Love ya hun!
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Starshine

Hello Laura Hope all is well and hurry on back. love you

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Starshine

Hi Laura How are you? It is good seeing you back here. I hear Texas is hot.. Have a good evening Starshine

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moma3oma2

In Genesis God spoke three words, "So Be It" and it was not matter what he was tell the creation to do he said these words and it was.  So look at your problems, health or financial or what ever it may be, tell it what you want it to do, out loud, and then say "God says,"SO BE IT".  Be sure you fell what it all the way head to toe the emotion of the anger of it being present, the peace of it being released and the joy of it being done and claimed.  I too will pray the prayer with you. "All is right with You and her sons, "SO BE IT" says the fathers. AMEN.

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Schmidty
 in response to ...   That's deep.
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Laura14

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL! THE LORD HAS GIVEN YOU THE ULTIMATE GIFT! HE IS THE WAY , THE TRUTH, AND THE LIGHT! Love, Laura

 

 “Let the resurrection joy lift us from loneliness and weakness and despair to strength and beauty and happiness. ” ~Floyd W. Tomkins

 

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Laura14
 in response to Holly Berry1...   WOW! I really like your statement here! Sounds like my mom. I have added you to some of my spaces :)
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Anonymous

My mom listens to Elvis, sings to Patsy Kline, taps the beat with Lawrence Welk and plays chickenfoot dominoes.  The only sound she longs for is her son, and if she forgets it, it may be like she never heard it at all.

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Anonymous
 in response to whoknew...   

I am a health care surrogate for someone.  I only use it when making decisions on her behalf.

To accompany her to an appointment, I only need her permission.  No one even questions whether I am family or friend.

I am not sure how it works in other parts of the country, but that is how it works here.  ???

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Starshine
 in response to Holly Berry1...   

I think your advice is pretty good. As senior centers do have a list of people who offer there services to take seniors to doctor appointments, grocery shopping or run errands for them. And for any patient it is a great idea to have a list of questions for the doctor and ask the doctor yourself about the medication. Sometimes when we age seniors can forget these things. A  doctor will not let you in the examing room with the person you are helping though. 

I remember times when I was sick and I sent a note with someone to get some cash out at the bank. And I remember being in the hospital making a list of questions to ask my doctor when I was in my 20's. The older lady next to me to heed of what I was doing and made her own list of questions to ask her doctor who came in while she was in the bathroom asked how she was and left. She was in for a stomach problem. She got out of the bathroom yelled at him telling him I have questions to ask you and he came back.

I know what you meant by just helpling people out taking them places. And you brought up a lot of good ideas on what patients should ask!

 

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Anonymous
 in response to Holly Berry1...   

"be an advocate when needed and make sure they have all their questions answered! "

 

While this is very helpful for some senior patients, it will not work unless you have a healthcare proxy.  Due to federal law (HIPAA) health care staff are forbidden to disclose patient information to anyone other than the patient. You would need a healthcare proxy to be allowed in the room to discuss the patient's private health information  (PHI) Considering you are merely assisting the patient and NOT a family member, it would be highly unlikely the patient would grant anyone, other than a family member, a proxy. 

A Healthcare proxy is a legal document that must be witnessed by 2 unrelated individuals and kept on file in the patient's health record. It gives the individual the right to view patient information as well as make decisions regarding their care. Again, this is something that is normally reserved for close fmaily members. 

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Anonymous40784
 in response to Holly Berry1...   

Holly Berry1's,

This is great,clear,concise advice.

Thank you for sharing this with us.

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Anonymous

If you live near people who are elderly or disabled, maybe you can give them a hand and earn some spending money, too!

Hire yourself as "Your Doctor's Appointment Buddy."  Interview your client before their medical appointment to make a list of their concerns.  Make sure they have everything they need for their appt..  Drive them to and from the appointment.  While there, be an advocate when needed and make sure they have all their questions answered!  You could even go to the pharmacy after the appointment and make sure the prescriptions are correct.

You can also help them balance their checkbook, go to the bank, making sure everything they need is organized and done if they want your help.  Otherwise, you can just be a taxi . . .

Each client may have different needs so you will just have to listen and see what you can do.

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bevusnaranjo

Ok girlie I set up my aidpage! Hey check out freecycle.org

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Laura14
 in response to Joe Hueglin...   Wow, I recieved it in an email, I have added your name at the bottom. It is new to me and the most beautiful story I have read. God Bless You!
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