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  • In-Home Care vs Assisted Living - Making the Best Choice for Your Loved One

    It’s something that almost every adult child must face: an aging parent. As our parents get older, we are faced with difficult decisions regarding their care. The following guide will help you understand your options as your parents age and as you consider how they will be cared for in the future.

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  • 5 Top Tips for Better Communication with Dementia Patients

    Caregiving for patients with dementia can be challenging, but if you are patient, prepared, and willing to take the extra time and care it takes to improve your communication skills, then your interactions will be more positive and successful. The following are the 5 top tips for better communication with dementia patients.

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  • 3 Tips for Dementia Care Professionals In Honor of Dementia Care Professionals Month

    Being a professional dementia caregiver is a demanding yet necessary job. The task of providing care for someone with dementia requires both inner and outer strength, along with a dedication to professionalism no matter what challenges you face during your caregiving experience.

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  • 6 Steps to Managing Your Memory

    Managing your memory can seem like an overwhelming task. But like any task, it is best taken in incremental steps; this will help you better fulfill the task of properly managing your memory in a way that benefits you and limits the impact that memory problems may have on your life. Read more for a step by step guide to the 6 most important steps to follow when managing your memory.

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  • 4 Priceless Values of Therapy Dogs

    Therapy dogs can provide comfort, much-needed distraction, and even mental and physical wellness benefits that will improve overall quality of life. Learn more by reading this article.

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  • Life After Stroke: How to Avoid a Second Stroke

    Secondary strokes are common but can be prevented with the right lifestyle changes and medical interventions. Contact us today to learn more about how our in-home caregivers can help.

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