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10 Dementia and Alzheimer’s Resources to Help You Care for Your Loved Ones

When Dementia and Alzheimer’s start making their presence known it can cause chaos and confusion for your loved one and the family caring for them. These resources will help your provide better care, understand the condition better, and ultimately improve the quality of life for the caregiver, family, and your loved one battling Alzheimer’s. 1. The Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline…

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10 Tips for Communicating With a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

10 Tips for Communicating With a Loved One With Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease causes progressive brain damage and nerve cell failure, which can result in a wide range of symptoms. Although most people associate Alzheimer’s disease with memory problems, difficulty communicating is another major symptom. People with dementia may forget recent conversations, repeat themselves, have trouble organizing their thoughts, and more.…

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10 Children’s Books to Help Families Explain Alzheimer’s and Dementia to Young Ones

The assortment of memories that families build with one another will always leave a long-lasting imprint for generations to come. As each family begins a new milestone in their lives they lean on one another for support. A support system that can navigate them in good and in not so great times. When faced with difficulties, like family members losing…

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Living with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is something that many people fear. Whether it is you, someone you know, or a loved one who is facing this disease, it is scary. With Alzheimer’s, plaques attack brain cells that eventually degenerate and die, causing consistent and progressive memory loss and confusion. This typically affects people 60 years and older which makes in-home care a must. Are You Looking…

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