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Memory loss care: Ideas to support independence

People with memory loss can – and should – continue to do everyday activities and the things they love for as long as they’re able. Learn how to support your loved one maintain their independence. Read more >

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A family’s guide: Helping a loved one cope with memory loss 

It’s heartbreaking to watch someone you love suffer with memory loss or dementia. Here are 7 tips for building a family support network to help your loved one cope. Read more >

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What caregivers can expect as memory loss progresses  

As your parents or other loved ones grow older, you may notice a little forgetfulness. Learn what to expect as memory loss progresses. Read more >

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5 tips to make caring for someone with memory loss easier

Learn how to protect your well-being – and the health of your loved one. Read more >

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How to balance caregiving with other family responsibilities

7 tips on how to balance your caregiving and family responsibilities. Read more >

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Choosing the right assisted living facility

From cost to living space layouts to on-site medical services and more, there’s a lot to consider when the time comes to make a decision about your loved one's future living situation. Read more >

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Managing medications for your loved one with memory loss

When you are a caregiver, the health and safety of your loved one often hinges on you helping them take their medicines correctly. Read more >

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Covering the costs of long-term dementia care

Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are progressive conditions. As your loved one’s condition advances, you’ll need the support of long-term care professionals – and a plan for how to pay for it. Read more >

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Understanding advance care directives  

Talking with your loved one about end-of-life issues might be sad and difficult. But it might also be one of the most important conversations you ever have – especially if you’re the caregiver for someone with dementia. Read more >

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Supporting your loved one with memory loss

It's time to enlist the help of a medical professional if you are seeing these signs of memory loss. Read more >

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Memory loss: the path to diagnosis

Not all memory loss is caused by dementia, but thorough testing is key. Read more >

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Seeing dementia signs and symptoms?

If you’re wondering if you’re experiencing early stages of dementia, or concerned about a family member, here are some of the common dementia symptoms. Read more >

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Ensure your health care team knows who has POA and ACD

Power of attorney and an advance care directive help ensure that your loved one's wishes are honored. Read more >

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Memory loss: what every family needs to know

Know the early signs of memory loss so your family can develop a plan. Read more >

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Dealing with your loved one's challenging behavior

Your loved one's difficult behavior can feel frustrating and challenging. Learn about behaviors associated with dementia and Alzheimer's disease, so you can help. Read more >

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Does your loved one need full-time care?

There are clues that will tell you when a loved one may benefit from a higher level of care. Read more >

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Understanding palliative and hospice care

If you have a seriously ill loved one, learn how palliative and hospice care can make them more comfortable. Read more >

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