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Occasional bouts of forgetfulness are common with aging. You may have trouble remembering someone’s name, where you left your keys, or what you walked into the room for, but it does come to you, and there is no serious negative impact on your daily life. But when you’re forgetting things more often, are late paying … Continue reading Recognizing Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease→
Caring for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging. Sometimes they are alert and oriented, and other times they are confused and irritable. And some days they may be somewhere in between. But they are family, and you love them in good times and bad. Alzheimer’s can make communicating more difficult … Continue reading Improving Communication with Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s Disease→
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be stressful, especially as the disease progresses. It can be tough to manage their changing needs along with balancing your own personal, family, and professional commitments. Getting your loved one in-home care can ease some of the stress and allow them to live a higher quality … Continue reading Benefits of In-Home Care for Seniors with Alzheimer’s Disease→
We’re an aging population and the statistics are eye-opening, to say the least: 77 million Baby Boomers, 10,000 are reaching retirement age each day, and about 45% of them have zero retirement savings to support them in older age. This may be the primary reason that nearly 82% of them support increased taxes to shore … Continue reading Knowing Your Long Term Care Options→
One of the questions that I receive most frequently goes something like this: why are there so many more people being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias today compared to two or three generations ago? The simple answer is that more of us are living longer today than ever before and age is … Continue reading Families Facing Early Memory Loss are Not Alone→