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Dementia/Alzheimer’s

The 7 Stages of Dementia

Dementia-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, typically progress slowly and go unnoticed for a period of time. In many cases, the early signs of dementia are mistaken as the signs and symptoms of aging. After all, misplacing car keys or forgetting an old recipe should be no cause for concern, right? Actually, this could be an

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Protecting Your Elderly Parents’ Assets

There are various reasons why children become concerned about their elderly parents’ assets. In some cases, parents’ declining health sparks concern. This is particularly true in cases where memory problems or dementia begin to develop. Additionally, elderly Americans frequently become targets of scams and other types of fraud. Here, we want to discuss different ways

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Recognizing the Signs of Dementia in Elders

Dementia seems to creep up slowly, and many people do not realize they have observed the early signs and symptoms of dementia in their elderly loved ones. Many of us have difficulty asking others for help, and the elderly are no different. Even though they may realize their mental capacities are beginning to diminish, they

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Dementia and COVID-19: Tips for Caregivers

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a significant strain on all of us. Between mandated lockdowns, social distancing orders, and the need to wear a mask so we can stay safe, our lives do not look the same as they did at the beginning of 2020. For those who care for somebody with dementia, the challenges

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Dementia-Related Wandering in Nursing Homes

If you have a loved one who suffers from dementia, you probably understand wandering is a normal symptom of the disease. Psychologically, the person could be experiencing some level of interaction with the past or a thought of action such as finding a necklace or escaping a noisy environment. In nursing homes, this can make

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How to Manage Dementia and Aggressive Behavior

We’ve all experienced frustration at not being able to get a point across or feeling frustrated without fully understanding why. Those feelings of frustration and anger can be magnified and misunderstood even more in the presence of diseases like Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. An outburst can be sudden and seem irrational to anyone

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Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Elder Abuse

It’s an unnerving reality that senior citizens who suffer from Alzheimer’s are often the targets of scams, financial abuse, and mistreatment. As many as 15% of people who suffer from dementia have been reported as targets of financial abuse. In America, about 5.1 million senior citizens suffer from some form of dementia like Alzheimer’s and

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