Posts Tagged ‘Alzheimer’s disease’


5 Tips for Keeping Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s and Dementia from Wandering

Every year, in the news, we hear stories of an elderly person wandering away from home and dying from being lost outside.  It doesn’t take long for an old person to succumb to adverse weather.  There are other dangers out there such as water hazards, busy streets, industrial sites, etc.  For those of us who […]

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5 Tips to Make Your Elder’s Hospital Visit Less Traumatic

The last few days, I have been writing articles on hospital visits for the elderly.  What items to have available for an emergency room visit and what a care giver can do to be prepared for a hospital stay.  Today, I would like to tell you about how you can continue to help your loved […]

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Alzheimer’s – A Daughter’s Thoughts About Love and Mom

Alzheimer’s is a cruel dictator.  It robs its subjects of their memories, their lifestyle and eventually their lives.  It doesn’t care who it rules, only chooses its victim and then becomes relentless as it steals a piece of their life day after day. My Mother has this terrible affliction.  We have had to move her […]

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What are the 11 Signs of Dementia?

We are very fortunate to live in a time of medical advancements, especially in regards to elder care.  People are living longer lives.  The dark side of an increased life span is the many adverse effects of the aging brain.  If you have known very many elderly people, the chances are high that you have […]

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