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6 Tips for Better Dementia Communication

If you have a loved one diagnosed with dementia, one of the first troubling symptoms you may notice is a change in communication. Dementia communication shifts can vary from your loved one searching for the correct word to not comprehending [...]

Caring for Aging Parents During the Holiday Season

Caring for aging parents is always a balancing act, especially during the holidays (not to mention with the added challenge of a global pandemic). Eighty-five percent of caregivers surveyed say the holidays are the primary time when their older family [...]

Caregiver Tips to Avoid Holiday Stress

For caregivers, the holiday season can be a wonderful time of year to participate in carols, cookie baking or decorations. Amid all of this excitement, anxieties and stressors of the day-to-day provider responsibilities remain and sometimes become heightened amid new [...]

Alzheimer’s Caregivers’ Guide to the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us. Most people look forward to festivities, gift-giving, good food and quality family time. Caregivers might also feel a surge of anxiety. You wonder where you’ll find the time and energy to recreate your family [...]

Books for Caregivers: Six Must-Reads

Books for caregivers are an excellent resource when taking care of a loved one. Whether you’re caring for an aging parent or family member with dementia, it can be incredibly challenging, especially when you’re unsure where to start. Educating yourself [...]

4 Tips to Improve Mental Health for Seniors

Mental health for seniors can often be neglected. Life gets in the way with children and grandchildren, retiring, downsizing or an increased focus on physical health. As we age, we know it’s more important than ever to take care of [...]

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