Although the ultimate goal is always to maximize safety and health for older adults they love, family caregivers, unfortunately, commonly end up diminishing their own health along the way. In fact, an incredible 94% of caregivers in a recent research… Read More
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Alzheimer’s research takes a giant leap forward, thanks to a new tool that allows pathologists to analyze and classify amyloid plaques and abnormalities in blood vessels through technology similar to face recognition software – leading to the ability to process… Read More
Of the numerous challenges linked to providing care for a family member with dementia, the Alzheimer’s Association indicates that the most prevalent difficulty is with personal hygiene, for a number of reasons:… Read More
As a family caregiver, you likely experience various feelings each day: shared laughter over a joke with a senior loved one; worry over a health concern; and of course, once in a while, irritations. We want only the best for… Read More
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Our facial expressions divulge so much to people around us, and when you are feeling an unusual amount of stress, well-meaning family members will surely recognize it, possibly encouraging you to simply, “Cheer up, buttercup!” The truth is, of course,… Read More
On any given day, a doctor likely has close to 20 patients to see – in addition to telephone calls, paperwork, and other administrative duties. It leaves very little time spent with each individual, which is why it is imperative… Read More
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“Of course Mom can move in with me!” Increasingly more family caregivers are making this noble choice each and every day, signifying the start of life style changes they can only fully understand when immersed in them. And even though… Read More
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Think about a regular day in the life of a senior loved one. Hopefully it provides a good number of positive and enriching activities: enjoying breakfast, engaging in an entertaining activity or interest, visiting with a friend or family member,… Read More
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Of the numerous effects of Alzheimer’s disease, perhaps one of the most alarming is the individual’s propensity for wandering as well as the potential dangers which can arise in the event that the senior becomes confused or lost. Wandering may… Read More
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“There is a dog in my closet! I hear it growling the entire night. We need to track down its owner!” Hearing an older loved one voice worries like this that you are aware to be false is unsettling –… Read More