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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 »
Home Health Care Oak Park IL - Mom Will Need to Reapply for Aid and Attendance After Dad Is Gone
Your mother and father had been relying on the support of home care aides for quite some time. In their 80's, they began having difficulty, and things got worse after his heart attack. You and the rest of your family were grateful he survived, but the road to recovery was quite long. At that time, your mother was still able to tend to her own basic... Read More »
Home Care Chicago IL - How to Get Your Aging Adult Motivated to Fight Through Depression
For anyone who is suffering with depression, motivation can be difficult to find. It can be especially difficult for your elderly adult. Getting a handle on what motivates her can even help her to keep her depression under better control. Set up a Routine Routines help your elderly family member so much when she's battling a lack of motivati... Read More »
Homecare Berwyn IL - It’s Never Too Early to Begin Talking About Homecare for Elderly Veterans
When is it time to sit down and have an honest conversation with an aging veteran family member about homecare? In reality, it’s never too early. However, some people are going to have a difficult time accepting the conversation or even wanting to engage in it. Tact may be necessary. Being tactful can be essential to getting the conversati... 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 »
Home Care Cicero IL - Aid and Attendance Benefit May Help a Veteran with Home Care Support
Not every veteran of the United States military is indigent. In fact, many veterans go on to lead productive lives, develop great skills, and have wonderful careers. Still, there are plenty of veterans who are also limited in their income. As veterans age, they might be relegated to a paltry pension, Social Security payments, and possibly even a di... Read More »
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