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Living With Alzheimer’s Living With Alzheimer’s
Life with Alzheimer’s can make everyday tasks increasingly difficult. Accepting that there are things that are out of your control and having friends, family and resources available can provide more supportive environment as your loved one stages through Alzheimer’s.
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Making a Successful Transition into Alzheimer’s Care Making a Successful Transition into Alzheimer’s Care
Determine a Plan When is the best time? What to keep, What to leave Transition Once the options for short and long term Alzheimer’s care have been evaluated, it’s time to determine a plan and choose a care provider.
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Alzheimer’s Action Plan Part 2: Memory Care Options Alzheimer’s Action Plan Part 2: Memory Care Options
There are a variety of services available to assist and enrich the lives of those with Alzheimer’s and it begins with choosing whether to be a member of a community living environment, receiving in-home services, or participating at an adult day center.
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Action Plan for Living With Alzheimer’s Action Plan for Living With Alzheimer’s
Creating an action plan for Alzheimer’s after being diagnosed is imperative. Early planning allows the person with Alzheimer’s or dementia to express his or her wishes for future care.
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How to Identify Alzheimer’s How to Identify Alzheimer’s
Understanding that your loved one may have a form of dementia can be a difficult and trying time. While there is no single test that can diagnose a person, it’s vital to identify and become aware of the symptoms attributed to dementia.
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5 Low Impact Exercises to Make Your Summer Better 5 Low Impact Exercises to Make Your Summer Better
Low impact exercise protects yourself from injury as you age. Participating in these assists you in maintaining and strengthening your muscles. For most people, staying active will ebb and flow due to changes in lifestyle, injuries and health conditions.
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