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Aging in Place Is Still Possible, Even for Those Diagnosed with Dementia

By Kyle Laramie | Jul 19, 2017

More seniors today prefer to remain at home for the rest of their lives. This is commonly known as ‘aging in place.’ The general notion is that people would rather remain at home, if possible, even if they have serious health issues, physical limitations, and mobility issues, than to go somewhere like a nursing home.…

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What Kind of Diet Is Ideal for Those with Alzheimer’s?

By Susan Di Michele | Jul 10, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care in Markham Canada: There are a few changes a person might consider making to their diet to help them focus on a healthier lifestyle and provide their brain the nutrients it needs to stay in peak condition, at least for as long as possible.

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Preparing for the Next Phase of Alzheimer’s Care

By Lynn at Interim | Jun 22, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care: As an elderly person is dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, there are going to be various signs and symptoms of it. Family members are often the first people who step up to support this individual. It could be a spouse, adult children, siblings, and others.

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When Anger Takes Over, Professional Alzheimer’s Care Is Ready to Help

By Jermie Chadwick | Jun 12, 2017

Alzheimer’s Care in Honolulu HI: Even though the symptoms of Alzheimer’s progress over time, these angry and aggressive behaviors can seem to come out of nowhere.

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Should You Hide the Car Keys for a Loved One with Dementia?

By Greg Banks | May 30, 2017

Jacob was 79 when he was diagnosed with dementia. At the time of this diagnosis the symptoms were impacting daily life, but he was still able to perform most things, maybe with only a few reminders. His family, specifically his spouse and adult children, were concerned about his safety, especially because he had a tendency to get in the car and drive just about anywhere he wants to go.

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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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