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It’s Okay to Be Frustrated Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s, but You Need to Know How to Ask for Help

By Mary Lynne Heller | Dec 27, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Lancaster PA: Asking for Help

During those cold late autumn nights, you might be lying awake, unable to fall back to sleep. You keep thinking about your mother or father. Perhaps it’s someone else. They’ve been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and without a second thought you volunteered to help. It might even be your spouse. Whoever it is, you will likely…

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4 Ways to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s Who Refuses Care

By Perry C. Doc Alleva | Dec 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Broomall PA: Helping Someone who Refuses Care

From an outside perspective, it may seem easy to recognize why a person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s should rely on help. Things are going to get much more challenging for them as the years progress. However, at this point in time, this senior is refusing all types of care, including hiring a home care aide, even…

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How to Improve Safety at Home for a Senior with Dementia

By Vicki & Brian Day | Oct 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Wind Gap PA: Safety for Seniors with Dementia

Dealing with the effects and the signs and symptoms of dementia, which can include Alzheimer’s, can cause an extreme amount of anxiety and stress for loved ones. They want their aging family member to be safe at home, but what does that mean, exactly? Improving safety for somebody with dementia may require around-the-clock care. If…

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Professional Care Is Ideal for Someone with Alzheimer’s, but Family Support Is Always Vital, Too

By Michael Drew | Oct 23, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Easton PA: Home Care and Family Support

With so many articles out there professing the benefits of home care support for seniors diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it can sometimes have the effect of encouraging family to simply step back. That’s not the best situation, either. Finding a balance between the two is one of the best environments for a person who has been…

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