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Tips on Caregiving with Your Siblings

The deteriorating health of a loved one is undoubtedly a painful thing to witness. It can be particularly difficult, however, to watch our parents grow old. The people who once ...
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When I Grow Up I Want to Be...

Daniel (Allison's Son), Michael, and Allison smile for a photo at the Ohio State Fair A doctor, lawyer, ballerina…what did you want to be? I wanted to be a psychologist, ...
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Easy Recipes for Caregivers

Good nutrition is crucial for older adults and seniors who are trying to stay healthy or recover from illness. If you’re a caregiver, you may feel overwhelmed handling daily ...
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Activities for Dementia Patients: 50 Tips and Ideas to Keep Patients with Dementia Engaged

 
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What is Caregiver Fatigue?

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The 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease: What to Expect from Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease to End-Stage Alzheimer’s

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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How to Become a Paid Caregiver for a Family Member: 6 Steps to Uncovering Financial Assistance Options for Family Caregivers

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What Alzheimer’s Has to Say about Your Eyesight

Alzheimer’s affects more than 40 million people worldwide and is one of the most common causes of dementia. However, finding a solution to this disease is still something that ...
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Nursing Home Costs vs. the Cost of In-Home Caregivers

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Home Modifications for the Elderly

If your elderly parents are living independently or you’re caring for an aging loved one at home, safety is a prominent concern. At first glance, the home may not seem like a ...
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What is Custodial Care?

Aside from medical care, seniors with dementia or other conditions often need help with day to day tasks. Here we’ll define custodial care, what effects the costs involved, and ...
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WHO WILL RESCUE ALZHEIMER'S IF PHARMA CAN'T?

Tom Riley, far left, discusses technology's role in the fight against Alzheimer's with Ted Fischer, Ageless Innovations - Joy for All, David Keene, Dthera Sciences,Carrie ...
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Top 51 Conferences for Caregivers in 2019

According to 2015 data compiled by the National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP, an approximate 43.5 million people had provided unpaid, caregiving to family members in ...
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The Best Brain Games for Seniors

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8 Pureed Recipes To Try At Home

While you may not like to think about it, there might come a time when an elderly loved one requires pureed food as their main diet. Fortunately, pureeing food doesn’t have to ...
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What is Sundowner’s Syndrome?

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From Nurse to Caregiver. Why I Enjoy My Career.

I didn’t know I wanted to become a nurse. I was 19 when I took a free course through Boston Public Schools to earn my Licensed Practical Nursing license. From there I worked in ...
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EMPIRICAL PROOF THAT HEALTHCARE COLLABORATION PLATFORMS ENGAGE USERS

A 2016 market report from Gartner Research claims: “Clinical communication and collaboration platforms can improve care quality, care team effectiveness and the patient ...
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The 50 Best Cell Phones for Seniors

If you think cell phones are exclusively (or even predominantly) used by young people, you’d be wrong. Everyone can benefit from having a cell phone – in fact, there are many ...
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Managing Dementia Sleep Problems

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EMPATHY AS A SERVICE

An interesting thing happens when analyzing how patients and their caregivers communicate and collaborate with healthcare professionals, when we study the nature of the ...
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