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Published By Rita Ude on December 01, 2016

Alzheimer’s Complicates the Holidays; Keeping Aging Loved Ones Safe During Winter

The December edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter is now available! Below are descriptions of two articles you can find in the edition:

Maybe your adult children, siblings and other family members have traditionally gathered at your home for Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa — but now, your spouse or senior parent is living with dementia. Should you ask someone else to hold the celebration? To help you decide, read "Hosting the Holidays When Your Loved One Has Alzheimer's Disease."

A big winter storm hit Mom’s city — could her power be out? What if she falls on those icy front steps? And how will she get to her cardiologist appointment next week? The challenges of the colder months can make winter seem like anything but a wonderland for family caregivers. Find out how you can protect your older relatives in "Wintertime Wellness for Senior Loved Ones."

Find more information, advice and support for adult caregiving in the just-released edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter!

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