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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Dementia Signs to Look for During the Holidays

If you are a distance caregiver, you may not have the opportunity to spend as much time with your aging loved ones as you would like to, which might put you in the position of missing subtle signs that they may be experiencing more than just the occasional memory slip or stumble in their home….

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Dementia Signs to Look for During the Holidays

Alzheimer’s Communication Tips for Caregivers

How can you help your loved one if they can’t tell you what they need? One of the many heartbreaking issues that crop up when Alzheimer’s starts to develop is the beginning of a deterioration in their communication skills. Alzheimer’s patients have trouble communicating because they simply start to forget how. It is essential to…

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Alzheimer’s Communication Tips for Caregivers

Safety Devices for Seniors Who Wander

Home Care Services Ormond Beach FL-If you have an elderly loved one who tends to wander, you probably know that deep fear that pops up when you can’t find your loved one in the house. Some of these safety devices might help you to have a little more peace of mind.

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Safety Devices for Seniors Who Wander

The 3 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

Nobody wants to hear the news of a bad diagnosis. But among all of the distressing illnesses a person could experience, there is something particularly heartbreaking about Alzheimer’s Disease. Watching a loved one slowly deteriorate and forget beautiful memories (or even forget who you are) comes with a 24/7 percolating sadness as caregivers and family…

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Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

Vitamin D Deficiency and Memory Loss

A surprising statistic shows that only one-third of Americans are getting enough vitamin D – yes, even those living in the Sunshine State of Florida. What else may surprise you is that researchers have found a link between vitamin D deficiency and the development of dementia. Learn what they’ve found and ways to keep vitamin…

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Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Dementia

Sleep Tips for Seniors with Sundowners

Being on a home care journey with an elderly loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia is challenging, but if that senior also deals with Sundowners, the situation can be even more stressful and difficult. What Is Sundowners in Seniors? Sundowners, or sundowning, is a condition characterized by…

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Sleep Tips for Seniors with Sundowners

Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease

You may have noticed some changes in your parent that have left you worried. They seem to be unable to find the words they are searching for when speaking with you. The lost remote control has been found in odd places like the laundry hamper. You find them wandering into rooms and unable to recall…

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How Is Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosed