Supporting a family member through Alzheimer’s Disease

Supporting a family member with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging, both emotionally and practically. Alzheimer’s is a progressive neurological disorder that affects memory, cognition, and behavior, and it can be difficult for both the individual with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. Here are some tips to help you provide support: Remember that Alzheimer’s caregiving is a […]

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Choosing the Right Senior Living Community for Your Loved One

No one wants to be forced into an important choice before they are ready, so do your due diligence and plan ahead before an emergency strikes. Deciding who will care for your relative when you cannot manage it on your own is overwhelming enough. But, with so many options available, it can be overwhelming to […]

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Respite Care Essentials

Respite Care is an amazing part of a patient and caregiver’s long term journey.  And those who have utilized it will testify to its ability to give both patient and caregiver a needed break – physically and emotionally. It can actually give you a chance to try out a new living community on a short-term […]

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Why Caregiver Support Groups are Important

The diagnosis of a progressive disease can be overwhelming. There are so many factors to consider – right from the start – that it can lead to a mix of emotions from feelings of confusion, helplessness and even anger. What should I do? What do I do first? […]

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Dementia Affects The Whole Family

The very word “dementia” strikes fear into every person over 65 and every daughter or son over the age of 40. Because, when signs of dementia first appear in you, your spouse, a parent or another loved one, you know that your world is about to be turned upside down with difficult diagnostics, family dynamics […]

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