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Are You Certain Your Father Hears You or Is It Alzheimer’s That Causes Him to Forget?

By Christy Swadkins | May 26, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care in Las Vegas NV: When your father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you and the rest of your family may have had numerous questions. Having no prior experience dealing with this or any other form of dementia, it may have created a tremendous amount of stress and anxiety.

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Weathering the Storm of Alzheimer’s

By Andy Niska | May 8, 2017

It’s not easy. Nor, is it going to be. When a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, such as your elderly mother or father, you may have had an idea something was amiss, but even if you did, few things can prepare families for this type of news. Early on it’s important to not…

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Building a Culture of Caring for Someone with Dementia

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Apr 14, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care Cordova TN-It had been on his mind for a long time. Tom was worried about his mother. He noticed some changes about her personality and things she said. He was even starting to pick up on little clues that she was beginning to struggle with her memory.

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Is Dad Relying Too Much on Frozen Dinners for Nutrition?

By William Butler | Mar 30, 2017

For those who may be at risk of certain health issues, especially the elderly, frozen dinners might be a simple solution or alternative to preparing meals for themselves, but they don’t offer any real benefit.

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Remind Someone with Alzheimer’s to Visit Their Eye Doctor Regularly

By Greg Banks | Mar 28, 2017

When was the last time anyone in your family went to the eye doctor? Maybe you have a tendency to visit the eye doctor every two years, as you should. Some people may need to go visit their eye doctor every year, especially if they are at an increased risk of developing certain vision related problems, including macular degeneration, cataracts, or glaucoma.

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How Can You Say No to Mom When She Has Dementia?

By Melia Boone | Mar 10, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care Friendswood TX-Since your mother was diagnosed with dementia, you have been concerned about her future. You have taken it upon yourself to be her primary caregiver, even though you may have a full-time job and other responsibilities to take care of.

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Hearing Limitations and Alzheimer’s: The Challenges in Providing Support

By Tracy Clark | Feb 28, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care in Mansfield OH:It’s not going to be easy when an aging loved one, whether it’s your spouse, parent, sibling, or somebody else, is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

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Truth Is in the Eye of the Beholder for Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Denise Moser | Feb 23, 2017

What is truth? This is an age old question that has confounded many philosophers, politicians, and families. When a person has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, the line between truth, fantasy, and fiction becomes blurred.

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