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Redirecting a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Ted Wolfendale, Esq. | Nov 6, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in North Fort Myers FL: Redirection

Alzheimer’s Care in North Fort Myers FL: Sometimes, redirection is absolutely necessary to help children focus properly on the task at hand. Redirection can also be extremely beneficial for somebody with Alzheimer’s, but for many different reasons.

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

By Jon Fedele | Oct 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Boynton Beach FL: Caring for Two Parents

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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Alzheimer’s Is Not the Same as Memory Loss

By Liza Erazo | Sep 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Boca Raton FL: More Than Memory Loss

As some people realize, Alzheimer’s disease has many signs and symptoms. One of the most significant signs and symptoms happens to be memory loss, but it’s not the only one. Some people will struggle with memory that has nothing to do with Alzheimer’s. As people get older they may have any number of conditions, including…

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How to Handle Aggressiveness from Dad Who Is Dealing with Dementia

By Nercy Radcliffe | Aug 11, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Miami FL: How to Handle Aggressive Behavior

It’s late in the evening. You’ve had a long day, had trouble at the office, and then all you wanted to do was return home, relax for a few minutes, and then crawl into bed. However, you’ve been taking care of your aging father who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s some time ago. On this particular…

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