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  • The Benefits Of 24-Hour Home Care For Seniors With Alzheimer’s Many seniors who have Alzheimer’s are more comfortable aging in their familiar homes. Being surrounded by photos and other items that can stoke memories and make them feel comfortable can be helpful in giving them a better quality of life. But from a practical standpoint ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Introducing Elder Care Providers to Someone with Dementia If your elderly loved one has been diagnosed with any form of dementia, you might be very scared. This is a normal response. First of all, it is important to start making plans for the care that your elderly loved one will need. Depending on the stage of their disease, ... Continue Reading
  • Learn the Facts During Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month June holds the longest day of the year. It's a day filled with light and brightness. That's why Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month falls in June. Alzheimer's can be a dark, gloomy disease for families to navigate, so The Longest Day became an annual day of fundraising and ... Continue Reading
  • Learn About Wandering with Dementia Today Unfortunately, one of the things that family caregivers have to worry about if their elderly loved one has dementia is wandering. This is when the elderly person walks or runs away. Sometimes, you may be watching and it won’t be that big of a deal. However, other times, it ... Continue Reading
  • What Are the Signs of Wandering with Dementia? Are you worried that your elderly loved one will wander off now that they have dementia? Unfortunately, wandering is common in people who have this disease. It can be extremely worrisome and scary for their loved ones. If you are worried about this with your elderly loved ... Continue Reading
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