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How to Reduce Your Loved One’s Frustrations when Providing Alzheimer’s Care

By Kevin Bilderback | Aug 26, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care Matthews NC-Frustrations when dealing with Alzheimer’s can affect both the caregiver and the senior who is struggling with the disease. Providing quality Alzheimer’s care requires a lot of patience, understanding, and knowing how to reduce frustrations in any given situation.

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Some Signs of Possible Depression for Those with Alzheimer’s

By Sue Myer | Aug 26, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Bernardsville NJ: As we move through the tail end of summer, people can be looking ahead to September, October, and November and seeing a bleak winter ahead.

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Explore Your Options When Providing Care to a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Gavin Densmore | Aug 25, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Raleigh NC: Ever since your dad had passed away 10 years ago, you and your mom have become really close. As she approaches her 75th birthday, you’ve noticed that she relies on you much more these days, especially since you close by. Due to some odd behaviors, you are starting to wonder if Alzheimer’s care may be a necessary part of her future.

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Are You Prepared for the Advanced Stages of Alzheimer’s? Is Your Loved One?

By Sandy Fiorito | Aug 22, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Bristol CT: If you’re a friend or family member of somebody diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, are you prepared for the advanced stages of this disease? If you think you are, it’s vital that you make sure that’s the case.

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Is Your Mother’s Home as Safe as Possible Considering Her Alzheimer’s?

By Dan Gauthier | Aug 22, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Grand Rapids MI: Since the week of August 22nd – 25th is National Safe at Home Week, let’s talk about your elderly mother’s safety, especially considering her recent diagnosis with Alzheimer’s.

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Three Activities That Provide Exercise for a Senior with Alzheimer’s

By Mark Leuer | Aug 18, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Phoenix AZ: Alzheimer’s was something that has been in the back of Tim’s mind for a long time. His father had been diagnosed with dementia when he was in his 70s and there was some other family history that meant he would be at an increased risk of developing it, too.

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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen: Dealing with Siblings When Dad Needs Alzheimer’s Care

By Jamie Shapiro | Aug 15, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Deerfield IL: Have you ever heard the expression, ‘Too many cooks in the kitchen?’ It basically refers to times when there are too many ‘experts’ or ‘know-it-alls’ in a given situation that it becomes almost impossible to come to a conclusion, whether it’s for the benefit of someone, a business, or something else.

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A New Adventure Could Improve Care for Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Susie Fogerson | Aug 15, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Denver CO: August is American Adventures Month and when an elderly family member has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it can feel like adventures should never be a part of their vocabulary again.

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