Category: Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Supportive Responses to Common Difficult Alzheimer’s Behavior

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can often mean learning how to handle a variety of new behaviors that may have been uncharacteristic of that individual before their condition started to progress. As the disease progresses, people with Alzheimer’s can experience emotions that they normally wouldn’t, while also losing their communication skills to tell a caregiver […]

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A 2022 New Year’s Resolution List for Family Caregivers!

Another year is in the books, and if you’re a family caregiver, it’s been a year dedicated to providing a most crucial role: meeting the needs of someone you love.  But between the normal stressors of being a family caregiver and the extra pressure of the pandemic, it’s a very challenging time to care for […]

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Tips to Help Seniors with Dementia During the Holidays

The holidays are here, and it’s time to celebrate! As family and friends pour into the house to share in the cheerful spirit, it can be a lot of fun, but it can also become a bit overwhelming for seniors with dementia. Loud noises, big crowds, excited children – all of these can be a […]

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Home for the Holidays: Signs that Home Care Is Needed

Finally, it is the holiday season, and you can head back home to see your senior parents for the first time in a while. You’re looking forward to their smiling faces, the warm, cozy house, and the smell of home-baked cookies. As you walk in the house though, you notice things aren’t exactly as tidy […]

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The Effects of Alzheimer’s on Eyesight and Hallucinations

As Alzheimer’s progresses, it can have a number of negative effects on a person’s day-to-day life. Some effects can include challenges with eyesight as well as hallucinations. These complications can lead to many safety concerns, and it’s important that caregivers of people with dementia are able to navigate eyesight and hallucination issues in the safest, […]

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