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How to Effectively Communicate with a Dying Patient

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There is no easy way to say goodbye to someone who is dying. Experiencing a sudden death of an immediate family member can be difficult to accept, as we have […]

How to Effectively Communicate with a Dying Patient

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There is no easy way to say goodbye to someone who is dying. Experiencing a sudden death of an immediate family member can be difficult to accept, as we have […]

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Dealing with Dementia Behaviors Compassionately

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease progressively affect cognitive functions. Unfortunately, difficult behaviors often emerge as cognitive functions decline. It can be tough to figure out exactly how to deal with dementia […]

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How to Spot Nursing Home Elder Neglect and Abuse

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Responsibility of Caregivers As caregivers for our loved ones we need to be aware that elder abuse is real and we need to work together with medical professionals and elder […]

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Symptoms of Mental Illness in the Elderly

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Is your loved one is experiencing symptoms of mental illness or are they just the normal changes we go through as we age? Mental illness is often under diagnosed and […]

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Little Known Facts about Assisted Living

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Is assisted living right for you or your loved one? While there’s a stigma attached to moving out of a private home or apartment and into an assisted living community, […]

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Nutrition and the Elderly

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As we age our nutritional needs change. Those changes can be impacted by a diminished sense of taste and smell.  These physical changes are normal, yet it is important that […]

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8 Ways of Cutting The High cost of assisted living and making it more affordable

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Are you aware of these 8 tips that can cut the cost of assisted living without a decline in quality of care? Tips on how to Better Afford Assisted Living […]

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I Found My Home – Diana

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I always thought I’d be able to stay in my house. I wanted to maintain my independence and to be near my family and friends. But as my health problems […]

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