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Parkinson’s Support Group in Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Support groups help seniors find other people with the same conditions as them. Learn why a Parkinson's Support Group is excellent for elderly patients.

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Assistance with Long Term Care Insurance

Needs like personalized in-home health care, skilled nursing and assisted living for seniors, are not covered by Medicaid, Medicare or any other health insurance by being considered non-medical services.

That’s why investing in a long-term care insurance (LTCI) is a great way to prepare for the future of your loved ones, and keep some peace of mind for you and your family knowing that they will be in good hands as they age.

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Elderly Homecare Activities for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease and eventually gets to the point where people can no longer accomplish daily tasks. Here are some symptoms to look for in your loved one.

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Helping Family and Friends of Alzheimer’s Patients

Part of dealing with Alzheimer’s is to be able to adjust to a “new life” and that your family and friends do the same. Knowing what to expect will make it easier for you and people near you to go through this situation.

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Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease: What Do We Know?

As people mature, many worry about developing Alzheimer's disease or related dementias. Scientists conducted several studies, to get to know, prevent, and delay dementia caused by Alzheimer's disease.

Best Alzheimer Treatments

Current Alzheimer's medications will facilitate for a time memory symptoms and alternative psychological feature changes. Two sorts of medication are usually used to treat cognitive symptoms.

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Catching Dementia Early

Early detection of any disease or disorder has always proven to be effective in slowing down and even curing those effected. Right at Home Palm Beach Gardens has put together a list of some warning signs you should be on the lookout for.

Understanding Dementia: Minimizing Sundowner Syndrome

While caring for a loved one with dementia, you may notice their mood and behavior starting to change during the evening. They get irritable, easily agitated, anxious, and in some cases, lash out. Then, in the morning their behavior starts to lighten up. This event is known as Sundowning, or “late-day confusion”.

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