Educational Articles

How we connect isolated seniors with the world

Connecting with people is vital for everyone, but it is essential for seniors. If you have watched grandparents and great-grandparents struggle with isolation and loneliness over the years, you know how powerful this issue can be. Being disconnected from the world can be devastating for seniors who live alone or have limited mobility. Approximately 25% […]

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How We Connect Isolated Seniors With The World

Connecting with people is vital for everyone, but it is essential for seniors. If you have watched grandparents and great-grandparents struggle with isolation and loneliness over the years, you know how powerful this issue can be. Being disconnected from the world can be devastating for seniors who live alone or have limited mobility. Approximately 25% […]

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Tips For Caregivers On How To Manage Their Financials While Taking Care Of An Alzheimer's Senior

Alzheimer’s takes years to spread & show its symptoms. Having a future plan & active conversation with aging parents is an essential act of the preparation for such an adverse life event. Alzheimer's is a slow-progressing disease & can keep lingering for years & decades. Such prolonged duration can bring a strain on your financial planning […]

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Researchers uncover new insights into Alzheimer's disease

Researchers uncover new insights into Alzheimer's disease A new study by Florida State University researchers may help answer some of the most perplexing questions surrounding Alzheimer's disease, an incurable and progressive illness affecting millions of families around the globe. FSU Assistant Professor of Psychology Aaron Wilber and graduate student Sarah Danielle Benthem showed that the […]

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The Progression of Alzheimer's Disease

The Progression of Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a slowly progressing, irreversible neurodegenerative brain disease with a long preclinical phase (up to 20 years) and an average clinical duration of 8 to 10 years. The progression of AD is accompanied by changes to the brain that serve as disease biomarkers. Normal aging vs. Alzheimer’s […]

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Thinking Of Transferring Your Loved One To A Memory Care Facility?

Thinking Of Transferring Your Loved One To A Memory Care Facility? When you’ve decided that the right choice for your loved one is to transition to a memory care facility, there are some steps you can take to make it easier and less stressful for all those involved. 1. Do your research. Talk to your […]

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Most suitable memory care options for seniors with low-income

Most Suitable Memory Care Options For seniors With Low-Income Alzheimer’s & other forms of dementia need to be dealt with with utmost care and concern. With the remarkable increase in the number of Alzheimer’s cases, huge numbers of memory care communities are being built to support the complex care requirements. This is useful when taking […]

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Home safety for dementia patients

How to keep your loved ones with Alzheimer’s comfortable at home? Home safety for dementia patients; Those who take the responsibility to look after their loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s can find it to be draining task. However, caregivers can simplify this process by doing some minor changes in the furniture, fixtures & the atmosphere […]

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Guiding Patients From First Signs And Symptoms To Intervention

Guiding Patients from First Signs and Symptoms to Intervention Diagnosis of MCI due to AD is an opportunity for meaningful interventions. Doctors have access to a range of evidence-based early interventions after diagnosis of MCI due to AD.3 Early diagnosis of Alzheimer´s disease also provides the opportunity to prepare financial and end-of-life plans while cognitive […]

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How To Take Care Of Your Loved Ones With Dementia And Alzheimer’s During The Holiday Season?

How to take care of your loved ones with Dementia and Alzheimer’s during the holiday season? The holiday seasons are warm and welcoming as friends and families get together and celebrate several cultural events. But if there is a loved one at home who has dementia or Alzheimer’s you, as a caregiver, might have to […]

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