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    Dementia Fall Prevention: Learn Proper Transferring

    Dementia fall prevention includes learning to properly transfer your family member. Transferring, as one of the ADLs (activities of daily living) is the act of getting up or moving...

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    What are the Types of Parkinson s Related Dementia?

    Parkinson s related dementia does not occur in every person diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In the United States alone there are more than one million people diagnosed with Parkinson’s...

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    How to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

    Researchers are quickly discovering that learning how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, or at least learning how to slow its progression,  may be as simple as engaging the mind and...

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    A Private Caregiver Prayer for a Godly Life

    A private caregiver prayer and mediation is being provide on this site by Veronica Badowski. author of Treading Water with God, Lessons in Love While Care Giving BIBLE REFLECTION 2 Peter...

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    History of Alzheimer’s Disease

    The history of Alzheimers disease has been a long and winding road which has fortunately, led to the discovery of important information about the causes, symptoms and difficulties of...

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    Receiving the New Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Dementia

    Receiving the new diagnosis of Alzheimer’s for my FIL, was devastating. I’m a caregiver. I’ve been taking care of various family members since 1982. I’ve dealt with at least...

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    Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

    Most of us fail to recognize early signs of Alzheimer’s disease simply because the first signs of dementia are often attributed to “getting old” or due to experiencing an...

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    Dementia vs Alzheimer’s? A Dementia Overview

    The dividing line between dementia vs Alzheimer’s consists of determining the primary cause of the memory and cognition problems that affect people with either disease. Dementia and Alzheimer’s are...

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    Dementia Treatment – The Importance of Proper Diagnosis

    Early diagnosis is more likely to result in more successful dementia treatment options. The earlier dementia signs are identified, the better medical outcomes can be. Some of the main...

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  • Dementia Care Tips for Preventing CareGiver Burnout

    Tips for preventing caregiver burnout starts with understanding that from the first day you start to be a family caregiver to the time of your family member’s passing, you...

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Unlike other blogs, we will take a logical and no non-sense approach to sharing, do-it-yourself skills, and more, to support you, the family caregiver, dealing with dementia. We are here to support you as you learn to deal with uncooperative or unrealistic family members, how to navigate the medical delivery system and prepare to handle the challenging behaviors you will face as your family member declines.