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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Understanding the Keys to Memory

Some days you feel like all systems are firing and up to speed. Other days, when you haven’t had enough sleep or are feeling stressed or overwhelmed, you can’t remember what you had for breakfast that morning. That’s all common in normal memory and aging. But when the days of forgetfulness begin to outweigh the […]

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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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The Dementia Journey

Dementia now requires more supervision than you can provide. What do you do? That is the question faced by thousands of caregivers every day. And there is no easy answer and no easy decision. Understanding the Options- and the Journey Ahead The best thing you can do is to try to understand options that may […]

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Memory Care-Overcoming Guilt

Making Promises That Change We have all made promises with the best of intentions, only to realize that the promises we made were based more on hope than knowledge. A promise to a parent to always take care of them – no matter what – is a promise made with the best of intentions, but […]

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