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#EndAlz - Truths about Alzheimers
Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia anyone with a brain is susceptible to. It impairs our memory, thinking, behavior, and drastically disrupts a person’s daily life. Nearly, 47 million people are living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia worldwide. This June we wanted to join the Alzheimer’s Association and help raise awareness […]
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Healthy Eating Frustrations
Healthy eating can be daunting and overwhelming to say the least. Regardless (of our age), the benefits of watching what we eat have tremendous long term effects. Being diet conscience is important to living a healthy life, lowering our risk of heart disease, or chances of suffering from a stroke. More importantly; as we grow […]
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Elder Abuse Awareness Month
June is easily known as the month for school letting out, Father’s Day and celebrating graduates; however, it is also the time to raise awareness about elder abuse. Help build stronger support for elders and acknowledge World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (#WEAAD) on June 15. Elder abuse is a highly under represented issue affecting an […]
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Living a longer, healthier life
We only get one go around in life, so why not make the most of our time while alive. The lifestyle choices we make, will undoubtedly improve the quality and longevity of our life. Until we discover the fountain of youth, here are some secrets to living a longer, happier and healthier life! FIND YOUR […]
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Motivational Quotes for Caregivers
To inspire caregivers to keep on caring when times are tough Caring for someone can be difficult. Being the primary caregiver can cause emotional stress, financial hardship, and a number of sleepless nights. A caregiver’s hard work can easily go unnoticed and often they feel over worked and under appreciated. Here are 10 quotes to […]
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Understanding how to “open the shell” gives us opportunities to meaningfully connect with our dementia-afflicted loved one — even if only for a fleeting moment.
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Alzheimer's Disease
Being a caregiver can be a 24/7 job, which makes it difficult to find time for yourself and for the things you like to do. Many caregivers struggle with feelings of guilt or selfishness when taking time for themselves. Practicing care and compassion toward yourself is an important– and sometimes difficult–skill to master.
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