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  • In-Home Care Services for Patients with Dementia In-Home Care Services for Patients with Dementia Anyone who lives with a loved one who has dementia can tell you it’s no easy ride sometimes. Often, when an aging parent or family member suffers from dementia, the sense of responsibility to care for them can be very strong. Many people want to move an aging parent into the ... Read More
  • How to Talk to Your Parents About Senior Care How to Talk to Your Parents About Senior Care Even though it isn’t always possible, most seniors would rather live at home with a home health nurse or other aid, rather than living in an assisted care facility. It’s a very difficult thing to decide whether your aging parents need to accept senior care outside the family ... Read More
  • Financial Help for Caregivers of the Sandwich Generation Financial Help for Caregivers of the Sandwich Generation When it comes to the caregivers of the “Sandwich Generation,” there are some unique challenges. Perhaps you didn’t expect to find yourself taking care of your elderly parents, but they probably didn’t expect to need help at this stage of life either. Whether the recession ... Read More
  • Is Palliative Care Right for Your Family? Is Palliative Care Right for Your Family? What is Palliative Care? In a nutshell, palliative care has one aim and that is to make life better for both the patient and the caregiver. Recent studies have shown that cancer patients who received palliative care had far less depression. They also lived significantly ... Read More
  • The Benefits of Pets for Alzheimer’s Patients The Benefits of Pets for Alzheimer’s Patients For most people, the sight of a playful dog brings a big smile to their face. Especially those suffering with Alzheimer’s Disease. Studies show with overwhelming evidence that depression and anxiety are greatly reduced by the presence of pets. Pets and the Alzheimer’s ... Read More
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