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Behavioral Health

MOST BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES FOR SENIORS STEM FROM AGITATION.
These categories of agitation consist of: physically aggressive behaviors, physically nonaggressive behaviors and verbally aggressive behaviors. When these behaviors manifest it creates a great challenge to the family or in home caregiver and are indicators of the emotional state of the senior. As the senior continues to age these behaviors can correlate to a decrease in cognitive function. Many studies have shown significant improveme

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Resolving Family Conflicts Surrounding Alzheimer’s

Dealing with a loved one’s Alzheimer’s disease can easily result in strong and varying opinions among family members. Upon initial diagnosis and as the disease progresses, caregiving issues and professional care decisions can often ignite family conflicts. The strategies below can help families cope with, and resolve the situation together. Tips for Resolving Family Conflicts […]

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In-Home Dangers of those Living with Alzheimer’s and Other Forms of Dementia

People with Alzheimer’s and Dementia experience a gradual yet steady decline in cognitive ability, as it pertains to social awareness, memory, safety and understanding of everyday concepts. Unfortunately, individuals who develop Alzheimer’s and Dementia are at a much higher risk of falling victim to certain dangers around the home – dangers that pose minimal threats […]

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Is it Time to Seek Care Options for Memory Loss?

As we age, it’s normal to have occasional memory problems, such as forgetting the name of a person you’ve recently met or the title of a book you just read. Unfortunately, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is more than occasional memory loss. The disease causes brain cells to malfunction and ultimately die. When this […]

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