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Caring For Mentally Alert Seniors With Physical Limitations

Being physically limited while mentally alert can be especially difficult. There are ways to cope with this situation, though. Many people feel that their brains stay young even as their bodies age. Physical challenges affecting mentally alert seniors can be frustrating as a result. Many aspects of aging are challenging. The deterioration of the body…

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Understanding Options for End of Life Care

It is important for seniors and their caregivers to understand end of life care options, like hospice or palliative choices. Sometimes life ends unexpectedly. But for many seniors, the end of life comes with warnings signs and happens slowly. Although difficult to discuss, it is important for seniors and their caregivers to understand all of…

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Managing your Care when Caring for Others

Caregivers who care for individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia should manage their stress to prevent burnout and keep their caregiving optimism high What is Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease? Dementia is an umbrella term for memory loss and other mental abilities that are severe enough to interfere with daily life. It is caused by physical changes…

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Fighting the Good Fight: 5 Major Cancer Research Milestones

Medicine has come a long way in the last five decades. Celebrate National Cancer Survivor’s Day with us as we look back on these major cancer research milestones. Fighting the Good Fight: 5 Major Cancer Research Milestones National Cancer Survivor’s Day is an annual event, observed the first Sunday in June. This day seeks to…

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Speaking to Someone with Aphasia: 5 Helpful Tips

Aphasia can make it difficult to communicate with someone in your care. Understand Aphasia better and how to engage those living with this disorder. 5 Helpful Tips to Use When Speaking to Someone with Aphasia Nearly 180,000 Americans acquire Aphasia every year. It affects 1 in 250 people in the U.S.; however, many people have…

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