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Dealing with Stubbornness in Parents Living with Dementia: 50 Expert Tips for Communicating, Gaining Cooperation, and Understanding Behavior

Caring for aging parents gives adult children peace of mind to know they are providing loving care. It also allows for them to make more memories and spend more time with ...
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It’s Time to Integrate Family Caregivers Into the Health Care Team

There are 53 million family caregivers in the United States today. These individuals provide critical support and care for older adults and relatives with disabilities. With ...
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Parkinson’s Disease and the Perfect Golf Swing: Reflections on my Dad

  The earliest memories I have of my dad are of him practicing his golf swing in front of a mirror. It was a beautiful golf swing, perfected through hours upon hours of ...
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The 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease: What to Expect, from Preclinical Stage to End-Stage

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease, developing slowly and gradually worsening, typically over a period of several years. It impacts memory, thinking, language, ...
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