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Properly Addressing Dementia Behavior Problems

As a patient with dementia approach the mid-to-late stage of the disease, challenging behavior problems can be presented. It can lead to aggressive and violent manners as these patients deal with the confusion, anger, and paranoia that come with the condition. One of the most difficult things to address is communicating with someone suffering from … Continue reading

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4 Flavor Substitutes That Are Healthier for Seniors

When your loved ones reach old age, they may encounter plenty of dietary restrictions, depending on their prevalent health conditions. These can be a source of worry for your elderly family members. How much can you limit your senior loved ones’ diet without putting the flavor at risk? After all, the flavor of what people … Continue reading

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8 Reasons Why Aging is Not that Bad

Aging is an inevitable part of life. We all go through it. But despite this fact, a number of people are terrified to grow old. We cannot blame them. Aging is oftentimes attributed to many negative connotations. Wrinkles. Immobility. Sickness. Well, aging does not always have to be bad. There are also positive things about … Continue reading

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It’s Break Time! 5 Invigorating Activities Every Family Caregiver Must Try

Dalai Lama advises, “In dealing with those who are undergoing great suffering, if you feel burnout setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted, it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself. The point is to have a long-term perspective.” Being the caregiver in the family is indeed a noble … Continue reading

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How to Effectively Care for Loved Ones with Dementia

Family members who are caring for loved ones with dementia have plenty on their plates. They need to have the skills, patience, and knowledge to do their duty effectively. They need time to offer or look for Companion Care in Illinois. Caring for seniors with this disease is a full-time job, so families often find … Continue reading

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