Category: Caregiver

The Disease That Mimics Alzheimer’s in Older Adults: LATE

A senior who exhibits loss of memory, confusion, poor judgment, repetition, and difficulty with carrying out day to day activities has the telltale signs of Alzheimer’s disease, right? As a matter of fact, what seems like a clear-cut case of Alzheimer’s may in fact be a newly discovered dementia. 

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Top COVID-19 Resources for Older Adults and Family Caregivers

Researching the best place to turn with regard to the latest, most reliable info on COVID-19, specifically as it relates to older adults and people who provide caregiving assistance for them, is very important – and complicated. Due to many sources and differing opinions on this exceptional topic, we wanted to help make it simpler to locate […]

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Taking Care of Family Members at Home: How to Manage Caregiver Emotions

If you are feeling somewhat disheartened in your role as caregiver, take heart; you’re in good company. Taking care of family members at home is probably one of the most complex roles we can hold: highly gratifying on the one hand, while simultaneously frustrating and ever-evolving, regularly bringing about feelings of doubt over whether we […]

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