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Free! South Florida Guide to Alzheimer's and Dementia Care.

We've put together a 255+ page guide to Alzheimer's and Dementia Care in South Florida. Hundreds of tips, articles, and resources available to you in a downloadable PDF format. Read articles from the top elder care experts IN South Florida today. Get the contact information for the Approved Home Care Providers in South Florida, the Alzheimer's Association and more.

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      Things Seniors with Alzheimer’s Want Their Family to Know

      By Christie Bielenda | April 17, 2017

      Having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is not easy to deal with for most people. The earliest signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s will be memory loss. That memory loss will begin to impact daily life. Close family and friends will recognize certain issues and may have silent concerns that this could be Alzheimer’s, but…

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      Emergency Planning with Home Care Aides

      By Jon Fedele | April 14, 2017

      Emergencies happen. They can happen at any time and they can happen to anybody. For seniors or disabled adults, if they have any need for assistance throughout the day, home care is the best option. Many family members take it upon themselves to be primary caregivers, but nothing beats the dedication, professionalism, and experience that…

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      Improving Problem Solving Skills for Someone with Alzheimer’s Begins Early

      By Liza Erazo | April 12, 2017

      It’s not always easy for somebody with Alzheimer’s to see light in the future. They may see nothing but darkness ahead of them. That’s usually the first reaction some people have when diagnosed with this disease. When a person has been diagnosed with this form of dementia, it may not come as a complete surprise,…

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      Structure and Routine Bring Comfort, and That’s Just One Benefit of Home Care

      By Zachary Desmond | April 10, 2017

      How important is routine? A lot of younger, healthier, stronger adults may see routine as part of the backdrop of their life. In other words, they may not give it much thought. For somebody in their 70s, 80s, or 90s who may be struggling with certain aspects of their basic care, routine suddenly becomes essential.…

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      Certain Games May Actually Help Seniors Improve Focus

      By Nercy Radcliffe | April 7, 2017

      Would you have ever thought that playing certain types of games would benefit your safety? For seniors who may be experiencing the natural process of aging and are losing muscle mass, it might seem a bit odd to even consider the value in playing games. However, safety can actually be improved for seniors and others…

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      What Sits in the Refrigerator Can Impact Recovery for Seniors

      By Deborah Irvine | March 24, 2017

      There are so many things that can impact recovery for seniors and others after a hospitalization. The main goal should be helping to maximize the chances of making a full recovery for that elderly individual, which would ultimately reduce the risk of a readmission. A hospital readmission is technically any time somebody needs to be…

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      South Florida ASN Providers Serve the Following Towns and Counties

      South Florida Approved Senior Network providers serve the following areas: Miami, Boynton Beach, Brooksville, Coral Springs, Crystal River, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Hernando Beach, Hobe Sound, Homosassa, Hudson, Indiantown, Inverness, Jensen Beach, Jupiter, Lecanto, New Port Richey, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm City, Pompano Beach, Port St. Lucie, Spring Hill, Stuart, Tequesta, Weeki Wachee, Wellington, West Palm Beach,

      Counties Served Include: Martin, Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe, Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, Collier