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Your Elderly Parent Has Alzheimer’s – Now What?

Alzheimer’s disease is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer. In 1906, Dr. Alzheimer noticed changes in the brain tissue of an elderly woman who recently passed away of an unusual mental illness. Dr. Alois Alzheimer found odd looking clumps and tangled bundles of fibers in the woman’s brain. These abnormalities are what we now call amyloid … Continue reading

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Work, Life, and Family Balance

Many women are able to balance a career all while being a good mother. I mean it is 2017, who says you can’t have a fulfilling career and a happy home life right? What about adding an elderly parent into the equation? The responsibility of an elderly parent is now one of your many duties, … Continue reading

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Why Your Elderly Loved Ones Should Not Be Left Home Alone

  In the US, nearly 29% of the 46 million community-dwelling elderly live alone. Almost 90% of elderly people living alone express a keen desire to maintain their independence. Many elderly adults are widowed and have grown children that live in a different residence. While many elderly adults who live alone have grown accustomed to living … Continue reading

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Role Reversals: When the Grown Child Is Responsible For Their Elderly Parents

       Growing up as a young child we always looked at our parents as loving, vibrant, responsible people who would take care of our every needs forever. As young children, teens, and even as young adults in our early twenties we sought comfort and security from our parents. They were our real-life heroes … Continue reading

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