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Understanding how to “open the shell” gives us opportunities to meaningfully connect with our dementia-afflicted loved one — even if only for a fleeting moment.
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Alzheimer's Disease
Being a caregiver can be a 24/7 job, which makes it difficult to find time for yourself and for the things you like to do. Many caregivers struggle with feelings of guilt or selfishness when taking time for themselves. Practicing care and compassion toward yourself is an important– and sometimes difficult–skill to master.
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What is the most difficult time of day for caregivers dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia? Many agree that the evening hours can be especially challenging as Sundowner’s Syndrome is ever-present in the after-hours.
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Caring for Elderly
Helene DeCoste of Boston is a patient in a ground breaking clinical trial, testing whether a drug called Solanezumab can slow down or even prevent Alzheimer’s disease. No drug has even come close before, but researchers have never tested patients quite like Helene in quite this way before.
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In Home Care Solutions is devoted to helping seniors live longer and more full lives.  The business was started because founder, Gina Kay, was told by her grandmother that “seniors are wise in their years and have a lot to offer.”  She never forgot this quote and never doubted its significance.  In order to live […]
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With the holidays and the accompanying family hubbub out of the way, we have the opportunity to take a few moments to focus on our own well-being, and our hopes and dreams for the upcoming year. Of course, there’s never a bad time to make plans for better health, but the end of the year […]
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Alzheimer's Disease
Earlier this month, the FDA approved two new Parkinson’s drugs: Rytary, by Impax Laboratories, Inc., which reduces the need for frequent dosing; and DUOPA, by AbbVie Inc., an enteral suspension medication for the treatment of motor fluctuations in patients with advanced Parkinson’s.
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