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Mom Woke Up Last Night to Find a ‘Stranger’ in Her Bed

By Marc Jeffries | Feb 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Raritan Township NJ: Confusion

Your father called you this morning. He was upset. From what you could hear, it seemed as though he was fighting tears. All of your life your father has been an incredibly strong individual, both physically and emotionally, so this was unsettling, to say the least. It took a while, but he finally told you…

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Why Your ‘Multitasking’ Could Actually Be a Risk for Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Zack Demopoulos | Feb 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in West Paterson NJ: Multitasking and Safety Risks

Are you one of those people who claims to be able to multitask? Science has actually shown that we don’t ‘multitask,’ at least not in the way we assume. Sure, there are many things we can do at the same time as others, such as walking and chewing gum (but those are so ingrained we…

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Dealing with Confusion Caused by Alzheimer’s

By Robert D'Arienzo | Dec 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Clark NJ: Dealing with Confusion

Alzheimer’s disease is a disease that affects the brain. It will ultimately degrade memory, cause physical challenges, and the average life expectancy for somebody upon diagnosis is between eight and 10 years (Alzheimer’s Association). Most people will have been exhibiting some of the earliest signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease for one to two years…

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How to Handle Symptoms of Alzheimer’s When Your Parent Doesn’t Recognize Them

By Kate Jenkins | Oct 23, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Monroe Township NJ: When A Parent Doesn't Recognize Symptoms

Roger knew that something was up with his father. The last time he visited he noticed some peculiar changes and behaviors. His father began talking about a friend who had passed away in their youth. What was odd about the conversation was that his father was speaking about him as though he were still alive.…

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