How Significant is Socialization for Alzheimer’s Patients?

August 30, 2017

What do Alzheimer’s patients benefit from socializing with people? Helps keep the brain healthy Helps make the patients gain a sense of belonging Helps strengthen the awareness on time and place Helps maintain focus Socialization plays an important role in the life of everyone, especially for Alzheimer’s and other dementia patients. Hence, why caregiver services … Continue reading How Significant is Socialization for Alzheimer’s Patients?


Is It Time? 5 Signs that a Loved One Needs Assisted Living

August 25, 2017

What are the common signs if it’s time to move a loved one into assisted living? Showing frequent uncontrollable aggression Frequent falling that may lead to serious injuries Health care needs are escalating and caregiving isn’t sufficient anymore Disrupting occurrences of sundowner’s syndrome Inability to manage daily activities There are plenty of dementia caregivers in … Continue reading Is It Time? 5 Signs that a Loved One Needs Assisted Living


The Unknown Significance of Hospice Care

August 15, 2017

What are the benefits of hospice care? It provides competent professionals It offers comfortable and familiar environment It offers personal care and emotional support It minimizes expenses It offers family counseling It allows patients to live with dignity   More caregiver services in Chicago and many other states are now offering hospice care in their … Continue reading The Unknown Significance of Hospice Care


How to Stop the Stigma of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

August 09, 2017

How to stop the stigma of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Understand and share the facts Empathize Be open and never be discouraged to speak out Stand against stigma Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers in Chicago can attest to the fact that both the illness and the symptoms come attached with stigma. Patients with dementia are people … Continue reading How to Stop the Stigma of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease


The Truth About Alzheimer’s Disease Through the Eyes of a Home Caregiver

August 03, 2017

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States, and among these diseases, Alzheimer’s remains to be the incurable one. However, the absolute terrifying thing about it is the fact that every 66 seconds, a person in the [US] is most likely to develop the said disease.” Hence, as … Continue reading The Truth About Alzheimer’s Disease Through the Eyes of a Home Caregiver


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