Finding a Sense of Calm Through Complementary Medicine

Anxiety is on the rise in the U.S., with baby boomers leading the hand-wringing charge. A 2018 national poll conducted by the American Psychiatric Association found that Americans’ anxiety score jumped five points on a zero-to-100 scale from the same poll taken in 2017 — with a seven-point leap among boomers. If the year 2020 […]

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Who Treats the Caregivers?

What Do Caregivers Do? Caregiving seems like a broad area – what tasks are caregivers providing? Almost all (96%) of family caregivers help with activities of daily living including personal hygiene, dressing, taking medications, shopping, transportation and more. Help also includes changing position in and out of bed and chairs, often referred to as transitions. […]

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When Dementia Runs in Your Family

Nothing is more unnerving than knowing that dementia might run in your family. Whether you have a distant Aunt or Uncle or a first degree family member like a parent or sibling with dementia in some form, the idea that there might be a genetic reason for it can make you question every time you […]

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Barbara’s Family Story

The changes were almost imperceptible at first. They were the kinds of things that we all do – forgotten keys, lost train of thought. Concerning but not uncommon. But then one day the family noticed that Barbara could no longer find her way home from a routine trip to a place she had visited thousands of times in the past. That was the day that Barbara and her family could no longer make excuses for the lapses and decided to seek more help.

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Helen’s Story- The Best Care for a Long Road

When faced with arranging for Palliative Care or Hospice Care for a loved one, you’re likely to face difficult decisions about trying to ensure your loved one gets the best care possible, alongside the reality that it might be more than you can handle on your own.

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