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Navigating the Alternate Realities Created by Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease alters a senior’s mind so that recollections surrounding more recent incidents are lost or mixed up while those from the more distant past often remain intact. As a result, an older adult with Alzheimer’s disease may find the past more understandable than the present. The senior’s alternate reality …

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What Payment Options Are Available to You for Elderly Home Health Equipment?

Could your older loved one benefit from more stability in the shower or tub? Is he or she unable to move without the assistance of a walker or rollator? Then it’s probable that you’ll soon be in the market for home health equipment. It’s also possible that you’re wondering how …

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Durable Medical Equipment That Makes Life at Home Safer and Easier

Durable medical equipment can make everyday life around the house simpler and more comfortable for seniors. There are a plethora of assistive items for in-home care on the market nowadays to choose from, and it can be difficult to decide which is best for your situation. At Live Well at …

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Companionship and Social Activities for the Elderly Show Scientific Benefits

It appears intuitive to some that socializing with others promotes wellbeing by maintaining connections to other people’s experiences, beliefs, struggles, humor, points of view, and a number of other human occurrences. Now, scientific studies are revealing that socializing with other people actually may enhance the health of your brain and …

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Self-absorbed millennials? Not the ones who are caregivers for their elders.

Maggie Gonzalez, 25, hugs her grandfather John L. duFief, 85. She helps care for her grandfather and grandmother, who live in a Rockville senior facility. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post) By Tara Bahrampour October 24 Among the benefits of living in an industrialized society is the fact that, as medicine …

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