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Geriatric Depression

Geriatric Depression

The changes that we must adapt to in later life—retirement, the death of friends and other loved ones, increasing isolation, a decrease in vitality/ independence, medical problems—often cause depression. These losses prevent you from enjoying life as you did. The effects go beyond mood. Other symptoms include a lack of energy, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, and even physical health. However, depression is not a normal part of aging and should be acted upon. Today there are many actions yo

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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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Is it Time to Seek Help for Alzheimer’s or other forms of Memory Loss?

As we age, it’s normal to have an occasional lapse of memory. However memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is more than occasional memory loss. It’s a serious condition that will continue to increase as the disease progresses and one that will affect the overall safety and well-being of your loved […]

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Holiday Visits to Loved Ones in Assisted Living

  A time of joy, the holidays bring up memories of family, home and established traditions. Unfortunately, the holidays may also be a sad time for loved ones living in assisted living, nursing home and senior care facilities.  As the holiday season is quickly approaching it’s time to start visits and how you and your […]

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