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The latest news and information for the UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging.

17Nov, 2015

Caregiving Enriches Caregiver, Leads to Rewarding Career

Nov. 17, 2015 | Long lives can radiate wisdom and even joy. Home caregiver Sue Carter, of Elkins, knows an invisible benefit of her chosen occupation is being able to bask in that radiant warmth. [...]

10Nov, 2015

Daughter Sees Aging Through Mother’s Eyes

Nov. 10, 2015 | When Denise Henderson contacted the UAMS Schmieding Caregiver Program, she was searching for help in knowing the best way to care for her mother, who had trouble seeing and breathing. Henderson’s [...]

4Nov, 2015

Daughter Finds Help as Caregiver for Aging Parents

Nov. 4, 2015 | Cora Lee and Arthur “Ott” Ray had been partners in life for many years as they raised their children in Hot Springs. So when Cora Lee — long after the children [...]

16Oct, 2015

Skydive Helps Rout Stigma of Battling Depression

Today, Allyson Lewis, a best-selling author and mother of two is able to freely express what previously dark days in her life were like. But that has not always been the case. With the stigma that is attached to mental illness, Lewis says it took courage for her to admit she needed specialized. She checked herself into the UAMS Psychiatric Research Institute in 2012.