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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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      Getting Rid of ‘Stuff’ at Home Can Improve Safety for Seniors

      By Jon Fedele | June 18, 2018

      How much ‘stuff’ do you have in your house right now? A lot of people don’t consider most of their possessions to be ‘stuff.’ Yet, that’s exactly what it is in most cases. In reality, you may have 10 bookshelves full of books, but how many of them do you even look at or would…

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      Finding Ways to Make Home Safer for a Senior with Dementia

      By Stephen Sternbach | June 15, 2018

      A senior having been diagnosed with dementia can pose numerous challenges for family and friends. Many of those men and women surrounding these seniors want what’s best for them. It might be a spouse, adult children, siblings, or close friends who live nearby. Shortly after diagnosis, many of these people rally around those seniors and…

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      Three Ways Home Care May Reduce the Risk of a Hospital Readmission

      By Stephen Sternbach | May 11, 2018

      There are plenty of ways people can help aging and disabled family members, especially after they have been hospitalized. Offering physical support maybe one of them, but emotional support can also be just as important. One thing that commonly gets overlooked, though, is the value in hiring a home care aide or other set of…

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      What If Someone with Alzheimer’s Still Has a Pet?

      By Jon Fedele | April 16, 2018

      When a person has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his or her family may very well encourage them to give up that dog because, if they can’t keep track of appointments, can’t even take care of themselves in a safe and healthy manner, how could they possibly be a good owner or caretaker for that animal?…

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      A Parent Who Suffered a Stroke May Refuse Home Care, but If She Doesn’t Have Support, She Needs to Reconsider

      By Stephen Sternbach | April 9, 2018

      Marjorie was in the hospital following a stroke. She could not communicate verbally at the moment, but her doctor expected she would be able to relearn how to talk. In the meantime, she had to communicate by writing things down or answering simple yes or no questions. It was frustrating, but one thing she continually…

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      Why Are There Limits or Caps on Aid and Attendance Benefits?

      By Jon Fedele | March 23, 2018

      The Aid and Attendance Benefit is a pension made available by the Veterans Administration. It was initially developed after World War I to help soldiers who had been injured and disabled during combat. Through the years, though, it was expanded and now provides financial support to veterans from all walks of life, of any age,…

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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