December 28, 2018

Life as a caregiver isn't always easy, but a new year presents the opportunity for a new beginning. Consider these realistic resolutions for 2019.

This Year, Care For Yourself Too

The New Year brings a fresh start. For many people, that means setting new goals. Now is th...

Is Your Loved One Seeing [Things] That Aren't Really There? Studies have concluded that anywhere from 12 percent to 53 percent of people with Alzheimer's disease develop hallucinations.

What Are Hallucinations?

Hallucinations are inaccurate perceptions of a person's...

Taking care of a loved one with an illness or disability can stir up some complicated emotions. You may have great days when you feel a deep sense of fulfillment and connection; and hard days, filled with guilt, grief, or anger.

Whether you become a caregiver gradually...

December 3, 2018

The progression of dementia can span anywhere from a couple of years to more than a decade; and no two people experience the different stages of dementia in the exact same way. The unpredictability of the disease challenges caregivers to meet their loved one’s changing...

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