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Home Care Grayslake IL - What Changes in Communication Might Your Parent Experience While Living with Alzheimer's Disease?
Communication is an essential part of experiencing and interacting with the world around you. It can come in many forms, but it is how you express your thoughts and feelings, ensure your needs are known, and maintain connections with others. As a family caregiver for an elderly adult who is living with Alzheimer's disease, you might have begun t... Read More »
Senior Care St Charles IL - Tips for Talking to Your Parent About End-of-Life Planning After an Alzheimer's Diagnosis
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive disease. This means that it will change and worsen over time, with your parent's needs and challenges increasing as the years after their diagnosis pass. It is also terminal. No person survives Alzheimer's or dies without it once they are diagnosed. While this may not be something that you want to think about as... Read More »
Senior Care Chicago Heights IL - What is the Best Way to Handle Aggression Due to Alzheimer’s Disease?
One of the most troubling aspects of being a caregiver for an older adult with Alzheimer’s disease is the behavior changes that occur as the disease progresses. This is especially true if the senior shows signs of aggression. Sometimes aggression occurs for no apparent reason and the person may lash out at family members or senior care provide... Read More »
Caregiver Waukegan IL - Tips for Helping your Parent with Alzheimer’s Sleep
Scientist’s are not certain why those with Alzheimer’s often have sleep problems. It may be the changes taking place within their brain are affecting their sleep-wake cycle or the production of melatonin, a hormone important for getting to sleep and staying there. In extreme cases, those with Alzheimer’s may completely reverse their sleep pat... Read More »
Senior Care Oak Park IL - Can Your Senior Loved One Still Drive if She's Been Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease?
Finding out that she has Alzheimer's disease can be difficult for your senior loved one. It can often mean losing independence in a lot of different manners, such as gradually losing her ability to drive. Here are some ideas for addressing the situation with your loved one. Talk to Her Doctor As soon as you and your senior loved one know wha... Read More »

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