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Home Care for Seniors in West Houston TX: Vacation Planning

If You’re Planning a Summer Vacation, Home Care at Your Destination Will Help

By Mark Haselden | May 19, 2017

Are you planning a summer vacation? If you are, it can be exciting. After all, you’ve been working hard all year long and simply can’t wait to get out and enjoy some time away. However, you might also be responsible for taking care of an elderly family member. As a family caregiver, how can you…

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Caregiver Stress in Pecan Grove TX: Summer Vacations

It’s Time to Begin Thinking About Summer Vacations If You’re Caring for an Aging Parent

By Mark Haselden | Apr 19, 2017

Summer is just around the corner. We may have just entered spring and for some parts of the country winter doesn’t seem to want to let go. However, even though summer still might feel like a long time in the distance, it’s going to be here before we realize it. That means for those who…

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Alzheimer's Care in Spring Branch TX: Uncomfortable Situations

Incontinence and Alzheimer’s: How to Cope

By Mike Willett | Apr 17, 2017

Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming for some people to deal with, at least when they are first diagnosed. Once they have an opportunity to absorb the shock of that diagnosis, they could begin focusing on their future. Getting the right level of care for somebody with Alzheimer’s as early as possible is absolutely essential to…

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Alzheimer's Care in Sugar Land TX: Planning for Vacation

Make Travel Plans Now for Summer When Supporting Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Sid Gerber | Apr 14, 2017

Even though spring has just started, it’s time to think about summer plans. This is especially true when you are providing care and support for somebody with Alzheimer’s. Dealing with this disease is going to be challenging and the struggles are going to increase as time marches on. Many family members are the ones who…

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Managing Alzheimer’s Aggression in Three Steps

By Donna Wrabel | Jan 31, 2017

Aggression can sometimes be a part of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s considered a potential sign or symptom of the disease, and what many family caregivers and other loved ones fail to realize is how you go about dealing with these situations.

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Alzheimer's Care in Katy TX

You Don’t Have to Be the Only Caregiver for Someone Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

By Mark Haselden | Dec 23, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Katy TX Helping a family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is certainly a noble gesture. In fact, it can be incredibly important for their safety and well-being, not just now but in the months and years ahead. What many family caregivers overlook, or fail to realize when they first agreed…

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When Should Someone with Alzheimer’s Give Up Driving?

By Sid Gerber | Oct 27, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Houston TX: Don had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when he was 68 years old. He couldn’t admit it was a complete surprise to him when his doctor finally diagnosed that he was dealing with this form of dementia. He had his suspicions, at least in recent months.

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Hearing Loss and How It Affects Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Mike Willett | Sep 28, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Houston TX: When someone has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, hearing loss can make it difficult to understand what a friend or family member, or even a home care aide, a doctor, a nurse, or someone else is saying.

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3 Coping Skills to Use When a Loved One Is Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

By Don Lalonde | Sep 22, 2016

Alzheimer’s Care in Katy TX: If you have never known someone diagnosed with a serious disease, it might be difficult to understand how such a diagnosis can impact you and other people in your family. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can be devastating.

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