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Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s
It’s the dark cloud looming over many seniors thoughts: Will I get Alzheimer’s disease? Memory is a wonderful thing that links us from the present to the past and to those we love. To think about having that taken away can … Continue reading
Americans love their coffee. It seems like around every corner is a Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, or some other coffee shop. While so tasty, one has to wonder if all that caffeine is good for you. The good news, especially for … Continue reading
A nursing care plan is a guideline that nurses would use during their care of a patient. It would include a diagnosis and appropriate related strategies and goals and outcomes. Such a plan can be used for dementia patients. Dementia … Continue reading
It is known that home health care offers many wonderful benefits. Patients are able to receive personalized care modified to meet their needs while being able stay in their home with their belongings and family members. An advantage that might … Continue reading
With August upon us, some of us may be planning those last getaways before September sneaks up on us. Vacations can be great family bonding opportunities. Caregivers may be leery about venturing to a location away from home with Alzheimer’s … Continue reading