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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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      Keeping Family Positive When Parents Struggle with Their Health

      By Deborah Irvine | October 20, 2017

      John, Rachel, and Tyler were all close. As siblings only separated by three years, they grew up together, played together, competed against one another, and dealt with many of the same sibling challenges that other brothers and sisters all around the world face every year. As adults, they were a close-knit family and live relatively…

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      Do This Around Meal Time and Lose Fat – Part 2

      By Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS | October 20, 2017

      Senior Nutrition & Wellness: Last weeks part 1 focused on cinnamon, apple cider vinegar, protein, and almonds. Hopefully, you’ve given these dietary additions a try and will slowly start seeing some positive results. Being able to change your habits over the long term will make your weight loss more consistent and sustainable. Hopefully, you found the pointers helpful and in this week’s part 2 we’ll keep examining a few more tricks you can implement to seamlessly consume fewer calories or get a more favorable response from the food you eat.

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      Caring for Two Parents with Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Mean It’s Twice as Tough

      By Jon Fedele | October 18, 2017

      When Tina first realized her mother had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, she had been away on a work assignment. When she returned home, she settled in to help take care of her mother. Between her and her father, they seemed to be a great support system. Before long, though, she noticed some of the same…

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      How Can You Establish a Relationship with a Home Care Aide When You Know Almost Nothing About What They Do?

      By Liza Erazo | October 16, 2017

      Relationships are the cornerstone in social life. They are also essential for successful businesses, marriages, friendships, and many other aspects in life. When a person is looking at hiring home care support services, especially through an agency, there will likely come a point when the senior or disabled adult establishes a positive relationship with that…

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      How Can You Tell If Mom Needs an Aide or Visiting Nurse?

      By Nercy Radcliffe | October 13, 2017

      There are plenty of home care options available for people who need assistance, either for just a couple of hours a day, maybe even only a few days a week, or for full-time, around-the-clock care. Most people have no prior experience looking into home care, either for themselves or an elderly or disabled loved one,…

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      Do This Around Meal Time and Lose Fat – Part 1.

      By Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS | October 13, 2017

      Senior Nutrition & Wellness: Counting calories can be tedious, inaccurate, and not the solution for weight loss for some people. Most everyone would like to lose a few or many pounds for health, vanity, and various reasons. Most people are successful in the short term and then slowly regain their lost weight. The key is to find a deeply ingrained habit that aligns with your fitness goals. Making changes to your daily routine can be hard and most interventions don’t stick for the long term. Having to rely on motivation to reach your goals is not a long-term solution. Motivation fades over time and that is where a solid habit will keep you on pace.

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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