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Walking Down Memory Lane Can Be Beneficial for Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Mike Endredy | Nov 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

When was the last time you took a walk down ‘Memory Lane?’ Some of us have a tendency to do that when visiting with family members or friends. We may do that when we find an old box that was stuffed in the back of a closet or up in the attic we had forgotten…

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Caring for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Jessica Lener | Jul 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Alzheimer’s Care: When Ronald Regan announced to the world that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994, he joined one of approximately 2 million American’s suffering from this degenerative brain disease (Rothman, 2016). A little over twenty years later, we now have more than 5 million people who have been diagnosed and are in various stages of the disease process. Prolonged life expectancy, the number of baby-boomers reaching an older age, and the advances in science and early detection have all contributed to this increase. 

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When Should Professional Care Be Discussed for Someone with Alzheimer’s?

By Mike Endredy | Jun 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dealing with the effects of Alzheimer’s with a loved one is never easy. A spouse, adult child, other family member, or friend might be more than willing to help them out in the beginning, but eventually things will progressively get more challenging. A lot of times these family members and friends wonder when is the…

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Cooking with Mom Can Help Her Cope with Alzheimer’s

By Valerie Shaw | Mar 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Your mother has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. You’ve been taking care of her as best you can, but you’re looking for ways to help her, not just in the present time, but in the coming years. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, which means the signs and symptoms of it will grow more severe with each…

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