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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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The Sun Isn’t as Intense Now, but Proper Eye Protection May Be Essential for Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Andy Niska | Nov 21, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Spokane WA: Now that we’re moving throughout the rest of autumn and closing in on winter, the sun doesn’t feel nearly as intense as it did just a few months ago. Without that same intensity, people have a tendency to become a little bit too lax and comfortable.

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Anger and Depression Aren’t Just Symptoms for Some with Alzheimer’s, but Also Family Caregivers

By Brenda Funk | Nov 18, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Ogden UT When people begin dealing with family members who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia, they will begin realizing the most significant signs and symptoms of the disease can include memory loss. They may also feel anger and depression which can be problematic. When someone has…

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Long-Distance Phone Calls and the Emotional Boost They Give Seniors with Alzheimer’s

By Greg Banks | Nov 17, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Galloway NJ: How wonderful is it when the phone rings and you recognize the number of a loved one you haven’t spoken to in a long time? You’re moving faster than you ever have, or at least faster than you’ve moved in a long time.

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Three Things You Might Not Have Known About Alzheimer’s

By Connie Begger | Nov 16, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Billings MT: November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Month and here are three things some people may not have known or realized about this particular form of dementia.

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Three Ways to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s Stay Positive

By William Merriman | Oct 28, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Bellevue WA: When a senior has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it may not seem reasonable or even practical for them to be positive about much of anything, at least during the first days following the diagnosis.

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