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Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia with Good Lifestyle Habits

Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia with Good Lifestyle Habits

When establishing exercise habits as part of Alzheimer’s and dementia management, it is important to stimulate the mind and the body. When seniors chose an exercise plan it keeps their body active and moving while stimulating their mind. An...

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Elder Care and Role Reversal

Elder Care and Role Reversal

No matter how much you think you have planned ahead, the day your aging parent can’t cope on his or her own comes as a shock. You begin to reverse roles: you become the “parent” and your aging parent becomes your “child” as the scope of...

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How to Defuse Anger in a Senior with Alzheimer's

How to Defuse Anger in a Senior with Alzheimer’s

If you are a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia, you already know that it can be difficult for them to appropriately express anger. So, what to do when that anger seems to be spewed at you? Read on. What is the Root...

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Life-Enriching Activities for Seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

Life-Enriching Activities for Seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

It can be a bit more challenging to help a patient with Alzheimer’s continue to enjoy things they once enjoyed before this life-altering diagnosis. After all, we all need a sense of community and fellowship with friends in order to maintain a...

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Why Seniors Need a Living Will

Why Seniors Need a Living Will

No one wants to talk about end-of-life issues. Especially if those issues involve a beloved aging senior who isn’t near the end of his life. But no matter how hesitant family members might be to broach the subject, either because they find the...

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Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress

Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress

If you are a caregiver for a senior loved one, you know how tough it can be, both mentally and physically. It can be overwhelming, especially if it becomes a full-time job! You need to expect some adjustments and know that even if it’s hard to...

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