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5 Apps to Help Manage Your Chronically Ill Loved One

If you’re a caregiver for someone who is chronically ill from Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and other related health problems, then you know all too well how hard it can be to keep tabs on that person’s daily care. The good news: There are apps that can make your life a little easier. Read on…
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How Eye Exams May Help Detect Alzheimer’s Disease

One common problem with Alzheimer’s disease is diagnosing it. By the time many who have it are diagnosed, it’s too late to help. However, in the future, a certain type of eye exam may be able to detect Alzheimer’s disease even in its earliest stages, according to emerging research within ophthalmology. In one study published…
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4 Trends in Caregiving Across the U.S.

How does your caregiving for a senior relative in Bradenton or Sarasota match with caregiving and care management trends across the U.S.? Let’s take a look at some of 2019’s caregiving trends, and see if you can spot yourself or your family in these descriptions.   Caregivers are getting younger—and there are a few more…
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6 Tips to Help Senior Family Members With a Move

If you’re wondering about the best way to help a senior family member—be it a mom, dad, grandparent—or other relative with a move, keep these tips in mind.   Think of moving as a process—not just a one-day event. The move isn’t just about the day or so of physically moving out of one home…
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