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Planning for Possible Disability; Seniors at Highest Risk for Brain Injury

These and other stories are in the March edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Oscars Raise Awareness of Alzheimer’s and ALS

At Right at Home we prioritize Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care and were pleased to see two different films tackling that issue.

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Siblings Caring for Siblings

Typically families expect to help their aging parents but not be active in elder care for a brother or sister. Studies show that most sibling caregivers feel inadequately prepared for the task.

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The Quirks and Perks of Growing Older

There are upsides to adding birthdays to your life and experiencing your 50s, 60s, 70s and later years. Here are basic changes to expect with aging decade by decade.

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Tips for Aging in Place Well

More and more senior citizens and baby boomers are opting to age in place, or remain independent and comfortable in their own familiar home surroundings throughout their maturing years.

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Caregiving Tips for Alzheimer’s Behaviors

One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a person with Alzheimer’s is adjusting to the troubling and sometimes abrupt changes in personality and behavior. The following are steps to help family caregivers with common Alzheimer’s care situations.

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Bilingualism Improves the Aging Brain

Speaking more than one language may boost brain health as you age.

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Is Honesty Always the Best Policy? Are Supplements Safe and Beneficial for Seniors?

These and other stories are in the February edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Caregiver Stress Busters

The key to reducing family caregiver stress is to be proactive about self-care before the strain of overseeing the health of your loved one builds.

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Staying Financially Independent as You Age

A longer life translates to needing more money to carry one through, especially if Medicaid and Social Security funds dwindle.

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