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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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The Best Way to Help Dad Following an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Is to Have a Conversation

By Marc Jeffries | Aug 21, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Clinton NJ: Having a Conversation

It’s not easy when a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Maybe you’ve noticed your father beginning to show signs and symptoms of this disease for a while. You might have been over talking to him one day and he used the wrong word, but never realized his mistake. He had trouble keeping track…

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Taking Control of Your Life with Alzheimer’s

By Zack Demopoulos | Aug 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Alzheimer's Care in Nutley NJ: Maintaining Control

Alzheimer’s is a vicious little beast. It starts out very subtle at first. The early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease are commonly memory related. A person might lose their keys, forget an appointment, or even use the wrong word when talking to friends and family. They may have difficulty keeping track of conversations they…

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Caring for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By Jessica Lener, MSN, RN | Jul 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Alzheimer’s Care: When Ronald Regan announced to the world that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994, he joined one of approximately 2 million American’s suffering from this degenerative brain disease (Rothman, 2016). A little over twenty years later, we now have more than 5 million people who have been diagnosed and are in various stages of the disease process. Prolonged life expectancy, the number of baby-boomers reaching an older age, and the advances in science and early detection have all contributed to this increase. 

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