Autumn Leaves in London: Stress Relief Photo

This week's stress relief photo was taken in London, England. Autumn is upon us, and with it the radiant colors of nature as the seasons change. Caregiverlist invites you to enjoy the photo and share it with loved ones. At Caregiverlist we know the realities of caregiver stress. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Please refer your friends to apply for part-time and full-time job positions on Caregiverlist.com and visit our career center for additional career tools. We hope you have a great week.


"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another." 
-Charles Dickens

Flowers for Remembrance: Stress Relief Photo

This week's stress relief photo was taken in St. James's Park in London, England. The red poppies are a beautiful symbol of remembrance, and today we remember those who have served our country. Caregiverlist invites you to enjoy the photo and share it with loved ones. At Caregiverlist we know the realities of caregiver stress. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Please refer your friends to apply for part-time and full-time job positions on Caregiverlist.com and visit our career center for additional career tools. We hope you have enjoyed a nice Memorial Day weekend with family and friends and have a great week.


"Pleasure is the flower that passes; remembrance, the lasting perfume."
-Jean de Boufflers

Stress Relief Photo: Lavender at the Market

It is officially spring and soon the bright colors that accompany it will burst forth. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Senior care training assists caregivers to better manage a senior's care needs and manage caregiver stress.This week's stress relief photo was taken at Borough Market in London, England and features lavender and garlic. Lavender is know to be a natural stress reliever, and garlic is also known to have health benefits. Please enjoy and feel free to share the photo and inspirational quote with loved ones. We hope you have a great week.


"Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are." 
-Chinese Proverb

Delicate Beauty: Stress Relief Photo

This week's stress relief photo was taken in Holland Park in London, England, as the sun was shining on freshly fallen snow. Caregiverlist invites you to enjoy the photo and share it with loved ones. At Caregiverlist we know the realities of caregiver stress. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Please refer your friends to apply for part-time and full-time job positions on Caregiverlist.com and visit our career center for additional career tools. Have a great week.


"Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience."  -Ralph Waldo Emerson

Winter Walk in the Garden: Stress Relief Photo

There is a certain beautiful calm after a snowfall. We invite you to take a moment to relax and enjoy our stress relief photo and inspirational quote and share them with loved ones. This week's photo was taken in Hyde Park, London, England. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and the care you provide for our seniors. More caregivers are always needed as seniors in America are living longer. You can learn more about becoming a senior caregiver and apply for a job near you. We hope you have a great week.


"To the world you are one person, but to one person you could be the world."
-Albert Einstein

Raindrops on Roses: Stress Awareness Photo

This week's stress awareness photo was taken at Portobello Market in London, England, and features roses, full of promise as they are about to blossom. We invite you to take a moment to enjoy the photo and the inspirational quote and feel free to share them with loved ones. Caregivers provide companionship and caregiving to seniors, and must remember to "care for the caregiver." Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. We hope you have a great week. 


"We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, 
or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses."
-Abraham Lincoln

Colorful Creation in the Park for Stress Relief

This week's stress relief photo was taken at the Serpentine Gallery, in Hyde Park, London. Each year, a different architect builds a pavilion in the park for people to enjoy. This was the 2015 pavilion designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano and celebrates form, light, and color. Caregiverlist invites you to enjoy and the photo and inspirational quote and share them with loved ones. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors.  At Caregiverlist we know the realities of caregiver stress. Senior care training assists caregivers to better manage a senior's care needs and manage caregiver stress. We hope you have a great week.


"Love was a feeling completely bound up with color, like thousands of rainbows
 superimposed one on top of the other."  -Paulo Coelho

Caregiver Stress Relief: Summertime Walk in the Park

Summer has finally arrived and the world is filled with lush colors. This week's stress relief photo was taken in Holland Park in London, England. We invite you to take a moment to enjoy the photo and the inspirational quote and feel free to share them with loved ones. Caregivers provide companionship and caregiving to seniors, and must remember to "care for the caregiver." Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Have a great week.


"Don't count the days, make the days count."  -Muhammad Ali

Caregiver Stress Relief: First Blush of Spring

The fresh, first blush of spring is always a welcome sight. This week's photo was taken in Regent's Park in London, England. Caregiverlist invites you to enjoy the photo and share it with loved ones. At Caregiverlist we know the realities of caregiver stress. Thank you caregivers and certified nursing aides for your hard work and caring for our seniors. Please refer your friends to apply for part-time and full-time job positions on Caregiverlist.com and visit our career center for additional career tools. We hope you have a great week. 


"You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming." -Pablo Neruda

Seniors Behind $300M Heist

They’re calling it Ocean’s 64, the Old Man Heist, and dubbing them “Dad’s Army.”

On Easter weekend this year, a three-day banking holiday, nine thieves made off with one of the largest heists in Britain’s history. In a scene some are comparing to the movie The Italian Job, 73 empty safe deposit boxes were found in the vault at London’s Hatton Garden Safe Deposit. Their missing contents were jewels, gold, and diamonds worth about £200 million ($300 million).

Eight out of the 10 men arrested on suspicion of robbery were in court on May 19 and much was made of their ages — which combined is just shy of 500 years. The oldest of the defendants complained that they had trouble hearing what the judge was saying. Another, it’s been reported, limped so badly that prison guards had to help him to his seat.

I always said 80 is the perfect age to conduct a heist, but these men were no beginners. In fact, in the case of oldest suspect, 76-year-old Brian Reader of Dartmoor, Kent, it was a chance to make the heist into a family business, as son and fellow suspect , 50-year-old Paul Reader was supposedly part of the crew.

DAD'S ARMY': THE CHARGED MEN, AGED BETWEEN 48 TO 76

  • Hugh Doyle, 48
  • Paul Reader, 50
  • Daniel Jones, 58
  • Carl Wood, 58
  • William Lincoln, 59
  • Terry Perkins, 67
  • John Collins, 74
  • Brian Reader, 76

There’s no doubt it was a professional job, and The Mirror aptly nicknamed the thieves suitably cinematic names — Mr Ginger, Mr Strong, Mr Montana, The Gent, The Tall Man, Moped Man and The Old Man. The job was incredibly intricate and physically challenging. London's metropolitan police released pictures of the scene.

After the thieves entered a side door dressed as workers, disabled an elevator and rappelled down the shaft, while carrying an incredibly heavy and powerful Hilti DD-350 diamond coring drill to get through the vault and at the safety deposit boxes.

While we at Caregiverlist certainly don’t condone unlawful behavior at any age, after reading about so many senior scams and the variety of frauds perpetrated against the elderly, it sure is interesting to see the tables turn and read about some older gentlemen who continue to “work” beyond retirement.

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