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How to Talk to Someone with Dementia on the Phone

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Maintaining connections with our loved ones is vital, regardless of the circumstances. It can be especially important when it comes to those living with dementia. But let’s face it, connecting over the phone can be challenging. Some tips for talking to someone with dementia on the phone include: Your loved one’s caregivers may be able […]

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What Kind of Support Is Available When Caring for Your Elderly Parents?

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Caring for elderly parents is a noble act but can also be challenging and overwhelming. Understanding the available care options can relieve some of those burdens and help your parents receive proper care. Government support systems such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security can help with financial burdens. Home healthcare, assisted living communities, adult day […]

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Can a Person With Dementia Sell Their House to Move Into Memory Care?

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Dementia is a progressive disease that affects a person’s cognitive abilities and memory. As the disease progresses, it can become increasingly difficult for an individual with dementia to live independently. Many people with dementia eventually move into memory care communities to receive specialized care and support. This process can be complex and comes with responsibilities, […]

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4 Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility 

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For many seniors, mobility can become limited with time, making some tasks harder to complete. It may seem like you can’t enjoy your traditional experiences, but there are many things you can do with limited mobility, whether it be events, spending time with others, or assisted activities. Continue reading to learn more about limited mobility […]

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The Difference Between Memory Care & Long-Term Care

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Caring for your loved ones into older age can mean finding the right community for them to make their transition into the next stage of life. That can mean assisting them with choosing the lifestyle they need. Whether your loved one requires memory care or long-term care, the differences are subtle but important.  Let’s look […]

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