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  • 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
  • Subtle Signs Your Loved One May Have Alzheimer’s November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Month and it’s the perfect time to learn more about Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease. While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s noticing the signs of Alzheimer’s in a senior loved one early on can help you and them take ... Continue Reading
  • Four Essential Tips for Providing Care in Late-Stage Alzheimer's Late-stage Alzheimer's is a challenging time for family caregivers. Your parent may stop talking. Mobility issues are highly apparent, and your parent may no longer have control of the bladder or bowel. Here are the tips you need to ensure you provide the best care possible ... Continue Reading
  • What Might You Need to Know About Lewy Body Dementia? Lewy body dementia is a type of dementia that is caused from abnormal protein deposits in one’s brain. The deposits (Lewy bodies) change the chemicals in the person’s brain. This leads to issues with behavior, mood, movement, and thinking. This is the 3rd most common type of ... Continue Reading
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