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Plan Ahead to Minimize Late-Day Confusion (CA Version)

Caregiver takes time for herself by reading a book.

5 Ways to Be a Healthy Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Caregiving is a labor of love, and love is about selflessness and sacrifice. Spouses give up so much for each other, parents constantly put their children’s needs before their own, and when those children become grown adults with aging parents, they want to return the love and care they received.

Senior woman with Alzheimer's visits the hospital with her caregiver.

Alzheimer’s and Hospitalization: How to Ensure a Safe Hospital Visit for Someone with Dementia

Strangers asking a million questions, unfamiliar beeping noises, unpleasant smells, disorienting hallways and rooms that look nothing like home, feeling unwell or in pain…

Tell My Geo. One helpful GPS tool for people with Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer’s Wanderers and Caregivers Can Benefit From GPS Tools

Joann had dozed off for what seemed like just a few minutes when suddenly she jerked awake. Immediately she felt something was wrong. Her mother, Betty, was not asleep in the recliner like she was when Joann let her own eyes close.

5 Key Steps to Alzheimer’s End of Life Planning

End of life planning for individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias involves many important discussions and key steps that you should begin to consider as soon as your loved one receives the diagnosis.

Home Instead Alzheimer's CARE program featured on National Public Radio

On Tuesday, January 8, All Things Considered on National Public Radio aired a story featuring the Home Instead Senior Care Alzheimer’s CARE training program. As part of the story, reporter Ina Jaffe attended a family caregiver workshop hosted by John Moser, franchise owner in the Los Angeles area.

All Things Considered is the fourth largest radio program in America with more than 11 million listeners per week.

Senior man with Alzheimer's. Stressed caregiver in background is not speaking to him.

How to Deal with Family Conflict Caused by Alzheimer’s

Sadly, an ill loved one is the number one trigger for family conflict, according to a study conducted by the Home Instead Senior Care® network. Coping with the reality of a loved one’s Alzheimer’s not only has its emotional difficulties, but logistical ones as well, especially in terms of decision-making and bearing the responsibility of caregiving.

4 Essential Resources for Your Alzheimer’s Toolkit

Tips to Make Outings Easier When a Senior Has Dementia

Clinical Trial Participation for Dementia Treatments: Q & A with Dr. Lombardo

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