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You Noticed Mom’s Memory Challenges Over the Holidays: Could It Be Alzheimer’s?

By Robbie McCullough | Jan 10, 2017

Over the holidays, you had the opportunity to spend some quality time with your mother. She just turned 80 or is somewhere around that age. You’ve worried about a lot of things through the years, but lately she has you concerned about her safety and state of mind.

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4 Common Questions About Alzheimer’s and Sleep Problems

By Susan Di Michele | Jan 9, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care in Etobicoke: Yes, it’s true that people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s will exhibit numerous symptoms, even shortly after the formal diagnosis has been given to them.

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Where Mom Lives May Offer Some Comfort When Dealing with Alzheimer’s

By Christy Swadkins | Dec 28, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Las Vegas NV: Before your mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you and the rest of your family had some serious concerns. You noticed her struggling with her memory, not remembering conversation she had with you the previous day, losing track of appointments and medications, and a few other things of note.

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Dispelling Common Myths About Home Care for Those with Alzheimer’s

By Kyle Laramie | Dec 23, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care: In today’s society, especially with the Internet, it’s easy to get caught up in various misconceptions about a great many things.

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The Best Ways to Cope with Delusions for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Lynn at Interim | Dec 13, 2016

From time to time, somebody diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may suffer from delusions. These delusions can be wide and varied. Some seniors diagnosed with this form of dementia may believe a friend or other family member who passed away decades ago is still alive.

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Don’t Overlook Winter Attire for a Person Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

By Krista Gaul | Dec 1, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care Middletown DE-Winter is just about upon us. That means it’s time to begin thinking about proper clothing. When a person has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, they may have a tendency to overlook certain issues of their own basic care.

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Looking Through Photo Albums Can Boost Alzheimer’s Care

By Jermie Chadwick | Nov 28, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Honolulu HI: There are many strategies people try to employ to help an aging loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s be more comfortable. Shortly after diagnosis, there may be numerous questions, concerns, and thoughts about the future.

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Breaks Are Necessary When Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Sam Vesa | Nov 22, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in San Antonio TX: No one ever said it’s going to be easy taking care of a family member diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Perhaps you felt it was your responsibility. Maybe it’s your mother or father who has been diagnosed with this form of dementia.

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