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  • "A breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research"

    Positive news in the science of Alzheimer's! Early detection has been proven to help preserve quality of life for those diagnosed. This is very encouraging. Thank you @nytimesscience! "The test determined whether people with dementia had Alzheimer’s instead of another condition. And it identified signs of the degenerative, deadly disease 20 years before memory and thinking problems were expected ...
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  • Behind the Red Tape: Disposition, Ceremony & Legacy Planning

    Rebecca recently had the honor of participating in a live community discussion centered around rewriting the way we experience death. The speakers on this panel bring a perspective that many of us have never considered. It was a moving and deeply profound conversation. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Reimagine: Life, Loss & Love. Behind the Red Tape Virtual Discussion
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  • Business Law Basics with Aharoni Business Law

    The Covid-19 pandemic has business owners scrambling all over the globe. Watch and learn as Rebecca hosts dear friend and Business Law attorney, Galia Aharoni Schmidt. Free advice for California business owners, large or small.
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  • Where to Keep Your AHCD

    Quick advice on where to keep important documents! #ahcd #estateplanning #undertheoaks
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  • Changing Your Wishes Amid a Global Pandemic

    The coronavirus has touched all of us in different ways but none more than our elderly family and friends. https://www.npr.org/2020/05/30/865310478/i-find-myself-very-seriously-feeling-hollow-documenting-a-pandemic-experience?utm_medium=social&utm_term=nprnews&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=npr
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  • LRB - Katherine Rundell - Consider the Greenland Shark

    Yes, we’re all animal loves at Goldfarb & Luu but not necessarily of sea creatures (eek!). This shark should be the exception given how long they live. I had no idea an animal could live this long — hundreds of years! This is a must read and tell us what you think!!
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  • Peyo the Healing Horse

    I’m not just posting this because I’m a horse lover but because it’s a touching example of how we can help each other feel better in times of need, even in the most surprising ways! Please watch and share your thoughts!
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  • Happy Mother's Day Message from Rebecca

    The coronavirus pandemic has certainly changed the way we work and live and maybe even the way we love? Many of my friends are more connected to their families than ever before. Not just those in their homes, but those that live at a distance (no matter how far)! FaceTime and Zoom have allowed them to casually keep in touch more often and their relationships are less tense, unhurried and relaxed. ...
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  • "Deal With It" Video - What Happens When You Don't Have a Will

    The information in this video is too good not to share! This panel from the 2019 Deal With It: A Women's Conference takes you step by awful step through what happens when you don’t get your affairs in order and leave your loved ones holding the bag. Featuring Rebeca Goldfarb (Goldfarb & Luu, Estate Planning and Elder Law Firm), Dina Kuperstock, (Chaplain/Spiritual Care Provider, MPTF), and Anne ...
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  • Caregiver Cabin Fever During Covid-19: Advice from Alz LA

    Our friends at Alzheimer's LA always offer the best advice for Alzheimer's patients and their care givers. This post in their "Ask Miriam" column offers tips for those of us sheltering in place with our loved ones. Check it out! https://www.alzheimersla.org/ask-miriam-2020-04/
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  • Coronavirus Resources - One Stop Shopping May Be Better for Your Health

    If there is one thing that we have learned during the Covid-19 pandemic, thus far is that information overload is exhausting. In some cases, access to too much information is mentally draining, confusing and induces unhealthy levels of fear and anxiety. To combat this, some companies are offering their friends, clients and neighbors resource pages to serve as a "one stop shop" on their websites. ...
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  • Even Coronavirus Can't Stop Centenarians in Love

    The Covid-19 pandemic has brought us all enough doom and gloom for a lifetime, don't you think? Here is a little ray of sunshine for you, wrapped up in a package of two love-birds name Anita and Joe. May we all live and love for more than 100 years! Though their combined age may be 207, Joe says, "the years we can look forward to, whatever they be, whether they be many or few, and even if they're ...
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  • COVID19 at Home with Special Needs

    We can all admit that by now we've collectively felt the stress involved in school at home. We are 3 weeks into the coronavirus pandemic, stay at home order and for many of us we are settling into to this "new normal" routine. But what about those of us that are not adapting as quickly? Where the disruption is works against all they've worked so hard to achieve? There are over a million children ...
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  • CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) & Estate Planning

    CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) & ESTATE PLANNING During times of crisis most of us share similar fears and concerns. The Coronavirus pandemic is no exception. Collectively, we are all worried about our families and friends, livelihoods and neighbors. What used to be a nagging voice in our head is now a full conversation with the volume cranked up to ten! What will happen if I get sick? What will happen if ...
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  • Coronavirus: Managing Your Mental Health

    If you are anything like me, you vacillate between calm and positive to fearful and nervous, about 25 times a day. The stress we are experiencing from the uncertainty of the Covid19 pandemic is real and tending to ourselves should not be ignored. Our mental health is equally as important as our physical health. But what can we do to protect ourselves mentally? We cannot become socially distant ...
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