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  • A Home Helpers Owner Shares Her Expertise for Families Living with Alzheimer’s A Home Helpers Owner Shares Her Expertise for Families Living with Alzheimer’s As CEO of Home Helpers ® Home Care, it’s my privilege to work with the best and most dedicated group of home care professionals in the industry. This extends to both our staff at the National Support Center as well as the owners who operate offices that serve more than 1,000 ... Read More
  • Caring Options for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Caring Options for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia While we are confident we can find a cure together, we know that for families living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, their current situation is a much more pressing consideration. That’s why Home Helpers is so grateful for the caregivers who share their lives with those ... Read More
  • 15 Songs to Spark Awareness – Alzheimer’s Playlist 15 Songs to Spark Awareness – Alzheimer’s Playlist Earlier this month, Home Helpers published a blog post about Music Therapy . The post detailed how music provides “awakenings” for those suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other types of dementia, including the story of Glen Campbell’s final tour , and the Alive Inside ... Read More
  • Home Helpers Memory Keepers Walk to End Alzheimer’s Home Helpers Memory Keepers Walk to End Alzheimer’s On October 4 th , the Home Helpers Memory Keepers participated for the fifth consecutive year in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Staff from the Home Helpers National Support Center, family members and pets gathered on a chilly Saturday morning to walk ... Read More
  • Alzheimer’s Care Tip #10: Never Force, Instead Reinforce Alzheimer’s Care Tip #10: Never Force, Instead Reinforce This is part of an ongoing series of guest blogs written by Jo Huey, the Alzheimer’s Advocate ® , founder of the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Institute . In our last post, we talked about the Ninth Absolute of communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s: Never condescend, ... Read More
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