update: 7/3/10

Information provided in this blog is meant to complement not replace or substitute for your doctor’s advice, information or direction, this includes other health professionals as licensed and accredited by their medical governing board or other supervisory organization. What I am trying to say is listen to your doctor and take my advice as just that. It is based on my education and experience only, your circumstances may be different and you should always consult a doctor.
A professional Gerontologist, Donahue Vanderhider is recognized for his unique talents in providing practical information and support for seniors and their adult children. Drawing from over 15 years of education and experience in his field, Donahue skillfully combines his experience in gerontology, care management and pastoral counseling to assist families in unique and often complex situations. Whether the dynamics are long-term care support or a sudden medical crisis, families have benefited from his care management and coaching skills to negotiate the maze of healthcare options and services. An accomplished speaker, Donahue lectures on numerous topics, including “Planning for the Future: Successful Aging” and “The Sandwich Generation: Taking Care of your Kids and your Parents”. He serves on advisory committees for the Alzheimer’s Association, the Health Care Planning Coalition and the YMCA. He holds a Masters from the University of Southern California, and degrees in psychology and gerontology, along with post-graduate work in Neurolinguistic Programming, Guided Imagery, Hypnotherapy and Pranic Healing.

(Donahue is available for coaching caregivers on an individual basis)

(To have Donahue speak for your group or organization please contact him at vanderhide@aol.com)




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