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Alzheimer’s Care

Home Care Is a Great Option for Seniors with Dementia

Alzheimers Care: Home Care for Seniors with Dementia

Dementia can affect people of many different age groups, but there is a greater risk as people get older. When a person has been diagnosed with any form of dementia, which can include Alzheimer’s, at first it may seem practical that a spouse or other family member can be their primary caregiver, looking after them…

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When Will You Know If Alzheimer’s Is Progressing?

Alzheimer's Care in Thornhill Canada: Disease Progression

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease. This means the various signs and symptoms will get more significant in the months and years ahead. It essentially progresses through various stages, including the middle and later stages where home care support and more around-the-clock care will absolutely be necessary. Some families take a ‘wait and see’ approach. They…

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Taking the Right Steps When Alzheimer’s Progresses

Alzheimer's Care in Ashland OH: Taking the Right Steps

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease. That means the signs and symptoms of it are going to become more significant each passing year. While adequate support can be highly effective at maintaining quality of life and encouraging the senior to stay motivated, when family is the primary support, the challenges they face will increase. It’s important…

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Caring for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s Care: When Ronald Regan announced to the world that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994, he joined one of approximately 2 million American’s suffering from this degenerative brain disease (Rothman, 2016). A little over twenty years later, we now have more than 5 million people who have been diagnosed and are in various stages of the disease process. Prolonged life expectancy, the number of baby-boomers reaching an older age, and the advances in science and early detection have all contributed to this increase. 

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