Why You Should Start Alzheimer’s Care For A Senior Parent Early

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When your senior parent is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it’s shocking. It may take some time for both of you to process the diagnosis and start to plan for the future. But one of the first things that you should do after your senior parent is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is start Alzheimer’s care at home. Even…

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How to Create a Safe Environment at Home for Seniors with Alzheimer’s

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Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive illness that affects cognition, memory, and even behavior. People with Alzheimer’s disease can even be more susceptible to illnesses. The best thing that families can do for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease is to create a supportive, safe environment at home. Alzheimer’s care providers are a big part…

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A Parent With Alzheimer’s Often Needs More Care Than You’d Imagine

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An estimated 6.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. This number keeps increasing, and medications may help slow the progression of the symptoms, but the disease has no cure. Families are often caught unaware of just how much care someone with Alzheimer’s requires. Constant Dealings With Incontinence Incontinence is common in the mid to late stages…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Alzheimer’s Disease

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Did you know there are hundreds of thousands of senior citizens who have dementia? About ¾ of all those who have dementia are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Every year there are new cases and researchers are trying to find a cure. At this point the disease can’t be cured, however, there are treatments and some…

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Improving Bath Time for Those with Dementia

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Does your elderly loved one have dementia? If so, one of the most difficult things for them could be taking a bath. Many patients who have this disease freak out when it is time to take a bath. Others get scared because they can’t care for themselves properly, but they don’t want anyone to touch…

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Can Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease Be Independent?

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Are you noticing your elderly loved one still wants to do things on their own, even though they have Alzheimer’s disease? This is quite common, at least in the early stage of this disease. If you and companion care at home providers are recognizing your elderly loved one’s desire to be independent, it may be…

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