Keeping Aging Parents at Home

Keeping Aging Parents at Home

It’s reasonable to keep your aging parents at home as long as you can do so without endangering yourself or them. Many caregivers run themselves ragged trying to keep loved ones, especially seniors, out of assisted living or nursing facilities. Caregiver burnout is common, as is the development of serious health issues among caregivers. There are, however, some ways to facilitate keeping your aging parents at home. 

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Memory Loss – Senior Moment or Alzheimer’s Indicator?

Memory Loss – Senior Moment or Alzheimer’s Indicator?

The most common symptom of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia is forgetfulness, but not all instances of memory loss or forgetfulness is a sign of the disease. So how can you tell the difference between dementia and normal memory lapses due to aging? While the differences can be subtle, there are ways of detecting it. 

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How to Have an End-of-Life Conversation with Seniors

How to Have an End-of-Life Conversation with Seniors

No one wants to think about their aging loved one’s end-of-life. Many view bringing up the subject as tacky or disrespectful. Some equate it with appearing greedy or trying to edge out other family from the decision-making process. Others even see it as bad luck. 

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