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Elderly Care Grayslake IL - Tips for Tackling the Difficulties of Caring for a Parent With Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's affects a startling number of families. It's very likely you know someone with the disease or who is caring for someone with it. You might be caring for an elderly parent or grandparent. When you're the person providing elderly care, you understand there are challenges no one could prepare you for. Here are a few that family caregive... Read More »
Senior Care Elgin IL - What Are Some of the Best Clothing Options for a Senior With Alzheimer's?
In the latter stages of Alzheimer's, dressing a parent can be challenging. Over time, the brain deteriorates and buttons, zippers, snaps, and ties seem impossible. Are you experiencing that? Here are some tips on the best clothing options for a senior with Alzheimer's. #1 – Undergarments For men, underwear is pretty easy. If it pulls up,... Read More »
Home Care Chicago Heights IL - How Does Pairing Alzheimer's Patients Together Help Them Thrive?
You're looking into Alzheimer's care for your mom or dad. One thing you find is that memory care communities have senior citizens with Alzheimer's in the same room. You're worried that this is a bad idea. Your parent hates the thought of sharing an apartment with a stranger. There's no way it will work out. For many seniors, it actually goes ext... Read More »
Home Health Care Grayslake IL - What Can You Expect During the Early Stage of Alzheimer's Disease?
Learning that you're aging loved one is living with Alzheimer's disease puts you at the beginning of a progressive journey that will define the rest of your care with them. One of the most important things to understand at the time of diagnosis is your parents current stage. Alzheimer's disease progresses in three basic stages, with the first st... Read More »
Home Care Elgin IL - Alzheimer’s in People with Down Syndrome
People with Down syndrome have a life expectancy of between 55 and 60 years. As they get older, people with Down syndrome are at a heightened risk for Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, 50 percent or more of people with Downs will develop Alzheimer’s. Understanding the link and symptoms of Alzheimer’s in a person with Downs may help you recognize ... Read More »
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