What signs should you look for that indicate Alzheimer’s disease, and when should you take your loved one for an evaluation?
Though it is a labor of love, providing care to an aging parent or spouse is demanding work. Caregiver support groups can be a powerful source of hope, support and information when times become particularly challenging.
Caring for a loved one with memory loss or Alzheimer’s is challenging and can be overwhelming, but know you are not alone in this journey.
Alzheimer’s disease greatly impacts memory loss, but the statistics surrounding this prominent disease are hard to forget. Some 5.5 million Americans are afflicted with Alzheimer’s.
If you care for an aging loved one who is dealing with memory loss, it’s vital to their safety to make a plan to reduce their chances of wandering.
If you notice these red flags while visiting with your elderly loved ones this holiday season, they may need some extra help.
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