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What Now? After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis, a Feeling of Loss Can be Common

By Susan Di Michele | Apr 9, 2018

Michael didn’t exactly know what to do. He hadn’t really expected to hear that word: Alzheimer’s. When his doctor sat there, at his desk, in his office, looking at Michael and his wife, he knew what was coming. He went through a lengthy series of tests and exams, and most of them were specifically designed…

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Providing Comfort for Someone with Dementia When They’re in the Hospital

By Christy Swadkins | Mar 30, 2018

Alzheimer’s Care in Las Vegas NV: Dealing with Alzheimer’s is difficult enough in a person’s home. When they’re in the hospital, wake up and are confused, it can be overwhelming.

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A Simple Activity Like Taking a Drive Can Be Beneficial for a Senior with Alzheimer’s

By Andy Niska | Mar 26, 2018

Mildred was 73 when she began noticing something changing. Her mind wasn’t as sharp is it had been throughout her life. She would often stop, look around, and struggle to figure out what it was she was looking for. She didn’t notice it at the time, but some of her friends began commenting on her…

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A Cure for Alzheimer’s Isn’t Here Yet, but That Doesn’t Mean Seniors Have to ‘Accept’ This New Reality in Full

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Mar 23, 2018

Alzheimer’s Care Germantown TN-A person diagnosed with alzheimer’s doesn’t have to completely accept what will happen in the years ahead in order to still be safe and even begin building the foundation for more comfort in the years to come.

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How to Learn More About Alzheimer’s to Improve Your Level of Care

By Tracy Clark | Feb 23, 2018

Just about the only way to improve care for somebody with Alzheimer’s is to know more about the disease, how it progresses, what to expect, and the best strategies to employ, especially early on. The vast majority of people taking care of somebody diagnosed with Alzheimer’s are family members. It could be a spouse, adult…

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Early Detection for Alzheimer’s May Provide a Better Foundation for Care

By Denise Moser | Jan 31, 2018

The average person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s will likely have been exhibiting some of the earliest signs and symptoms for between one and two years. Most of these early symptoms involve memory loss that begin to impact daily life.

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The Argumentative Senior: When Alzheimer’s Affects Everything

By Greg Banks | Dec 28, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care Galloway NJ: Some people have a tendency to be argumentative about almost every situation in life. They are argumentative in their teenage years, young adult life, middle-age, and as they approach retirement. Some things never change, but for the average senior who may be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, even if they had a wonderful temperament during life, things can change as a result of the disease.

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How Long Will Home Care Be Needed for Someone Dealing with Dementia

By Jermie Chadwick | Dec 13, 2017

The average life expectancy for somebody diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is between eight and 10 years (Alzheimer’s Association). If you have been diagnosed with some form of dementia other than Alzheimer’s, the life expectancy could be different. Often, medical professionals recommend people dealing with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia consider home care support services…

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