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Memory loss is a difficult diagnosis whether you are the parent who has been diagnosed or the adult child who is caring for the parent. Not only do you have to learn about Alzheimer...

Seniors and caregivers who are looking into assisted living can often be bombarded with a range of emotions. Seniors could be both excited and scared of what’s ahead, especially if...

When it comes time to move into an independent or assisted living community, many seniors fear changes in their relationships, especially when it comes to friends....

When your loved one, husband or wife, begins to deal with memory loss, they become less of the person who said “I do” all those years ago, and more of someone else. When a...

If your loved one currently lives independently, it can be shocking to them when someone brings up a move to assisted living. Even if they know it’s a necessity, they may...

When you serve as a caregiver to someone with memory loss, it can be easy to overlook aspects of your own personal life. As a loved one most often becomes the primary...

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