Protect Seniors from Fraud
Family caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias are hidden patients in need of support from senior care professionals. Recommending the right interventions can help lessen caregivers' burden while improving their ability to care for the patient.
Adult children need to find ways to take a break from the rigors of caring for their senior loved ones and their own children before the burden becomes too overwhelming. One possibility is respite help from a Home Instead CAREGiverSM.
The holidays are a good time for family caregivers to notice signs that an older adult may need some assistance. Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care details those signs and offers tips to minimize holiday stress.
Many seniors discover that their memory starts to fade as they get older. While memory impairment is associated with aging, there are ways to keep the mind strong as well as to improve the memory.
Family caregivers at the end of their rope can look to others for a break to refresh their outlook. Professional caregiving help is one answer.
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