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Most Recent Posts from September, 2018

  • Dementia and Constant Crying: What to Know

    In her blog, Dementia Diaries: A Journey With Dementia, Cassandra details her mom’s life with dementia. In one post, Mom’s Crying Spells, she wrote about how she was helping her mom blow dry her hair. ... Read More
  • What Is a Caregiver Background Check?

    Dear Allegra, My 83-year-old mother lives alone in a home she’s owned for almost 40 years. She’s reached the point where she can’t manage it all on her own but says she doesn’t want to “burden” her ... Read More
  • Alternatives to Hospice: Know Your Options

    When you’re faced with end of life care, emotions can run high, and it can be difficult to make decisions. That’s why it’s a good idea to understand your options, including alternatives to hospice and ... Read More
  • Active Dying: What to Expect

    Death is rarely predictable. Sometimes a person’s health declines gradually; sometimes it can happen in the blink of an eye. By learning the signs of active dying, you have a better chance of being ... Read More
  • Responsibility for Elderly Parent Driving: Car Accidents & Liability

    “I’m constantly worrying about my elderly parent driving. What if they get into an accident? But also, would it be MY fault if they got into an accident and hurt someone else? I take care of ... Read More
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