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  • Tips for Communicating with Someone Who Has Alzheimer’s Tips for Communicating with Someone Who Has Alzheimer’s A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s can be frightening to everyone. Not only does it create memory loss, but also makes any communication at all very difficult as the disease progresses. If you have a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, we know this can be a scary time, ... Read More
  • How to Be the Best Caregiver You Can Be How to Be the Best Caregiver You Can Be Is Caregiving New to You? If caregiving is new to you, it’s normal to feel some anxiety about your new position and what it may require of you. This article will give you the skinny on what you need to know to be the best caregiver you can be! Understand the Needs of Your ... Read More
  • Preventing Falls in Seniors Preventing Falls in Seniors Many things can cause falls in Seniors and none of them are fun. The good news is that with a few tips and preventative actions, you can help the senior in your life to avoid becoming injured from a fall. Creating a Fall-Proof Home Environment Most falls are caused by simple ... Read More
  • 10 Tips for Helping Seniors with Personal Hygiene 10 Tips for Helping Seniors with Personal Hygiene As we age, routine tasks become more difficult. For many seniors, good personal hygiene can be especially challenging and may require some assistance. If you notice it becoming a problem, it’s best to address the issue right away to avoid potential health problems that can ... Read More
  • Tips for Helping Seniors Downsize Tips for Helping Seniors Downsize Downsizing is necessary at some point…. Doing a deep clean is never easy, but when you have to clean out a lifetime of stuff from your older parent or loved one, the stress increases. How do you know how to tackle all the memories and tangible items collected over the years? ... Read More
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