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5 Tips: How To Care For A Loved One With Alzheimer’s

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be rewarding, but has its challenges. Early diagnosis, having open communication and doing some simple activities can significantly help in caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.

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U.S. Airports Strive To Make Flying More Inclusive For Dementia Sufferers

Andrea Nissen is trying to prepare her 65-year-old husband, who has Alzheimer’s disease, for a solo flight from Arizona to Oklahoma to visit family.

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A New Medicare Proposal Would Cover Training For Family Caregivers

Even with extensive caregiving experience, Patti LaFleur was unprepared for the crisis that hit in April 2021, when her mother, Linda LaTurner, fell out of a chair and broke her hip.

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Dementia Can Take A Toll On Financial Health, As Some Families Learn The Hard Way

Angela Reynolds knew her mother’s memory was slipping, but she didn’t realize how bad things had gotten until she started to untangle her mom’s finances.

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When Older Parents Resist Help or Advice, Use These Tips to Cope

It was a regrettable mistake. But Kim Sylvester thought she was doing the right thing at the time. Her 80-year-old mother, Harriet Burkel, had fallen at her home in Raleigh, North Carolina, fractured her pelvis, and gone to a rehabilitation center to recover.

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Multigenerational Travel All The Rage

Baby Boomers have been retiring in droves in the last decade, and multigenerational family travel has experienced an unprecedented surge.

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