When Your Spouse Has Memory Problems: What To Do If You Think It May Be Alzheimer's

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Watching your spouse go through any pain or problem is difficult, but if you suspect a serious decline in memory could indicate something like Alzheimer's, you have a heavy load to bear. You can't ignore the problem, as it won't go away, and you've got to reach out for the help and support that both of you need. Start Documenting The Changes You Observe Because minor memory issues can sometimes be attributed to age, stress and other factors, you don't want to jump to any immediate conclusions; however, as a concerned spouse, it's important to keep track of the changes you see and how frequently memory impairments are getting in the way of life:

19 July 2018

Do You Need Living Assistance?

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Old age can bring with it a heightened self-awareness and a compulsion to make necessary changes without waiting too long. However, admitting that you're no longer capable of many activities is disappointing, and frankly, scary at times. When should you realize living assistance could help? 1-You're Forgetting Meds Memory fades, especially in senior years. You may have suspected memory loss and took action, getting a pill organizer or setting alarms for your medications.

17 July 2018

4 Hidden Dangers Associated With Bed Sores

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When someone is laying in a single position for too long, they can develop sores on their body. These are commonly known as "bed sores," and though they may not always seem to be urgent, they can be very dangerous. If left unchecked, bed sores can lead to serious illness and even death. Here are some of the major things you should be concerned about when dealing with this type of injury.

16 July 2018

Recovering From A Broken Hip? How Short-Term Rehabilitation Can Help Your Recovery

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If you're recovering from a broken hip, and you wanted to return home, you might be disappointed at the prospect of heading to a short-term rehabilitation facility instead. You may be thinking that you'd be more comfortable at home, or that you'd recover more quickly in the comfort of your own home. While that might be true in some instances, it's not true for all instances. Your situation might be one of those situations where you'll be better off spending a few weeks in a short-term rehabilitation facility, especially if your doctor has recommended the rehab center.

15 July 2018

The Safety Benefits Of Assisted Living Facilities

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When seniors begin experiencing problems caring for themselves, their adult children often encourage them to move to an assisted living facility. These facilities offer so many outstanding benefits for seniors, but one benefit that is often overlooked is the safety offered at these communities. Here are several things you should know about the safety that assisted living facilities offer to the residents. The communities are safe overall The first thing to understand is that safety is a normal feature of these facilities.

11 July 2018

Signs That Your Loved One May Be Developing Alzheimer's

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It can be scary to imagine that your loved one could be developing Alzheimer's, but it is very important to make sure that you are looking for the signs of this condition. That way, should they develop it, you will be able to get them the best Alzheimer's care, or memory care, that you can find for them. To help ensure that you will have an easier time spotting the signs, you will want to continue reading.

8 July 2018

Why You Can Have Stair Lifts Installed On All Types Of Stairs

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If you have a complicated or unconventional staircase, you will probably not be able to purchase a pre-owned stair lift. Instead, you will need a stair lift that is designed specifically with your type of stairs in mind. However, this is not as difficult as you might think. Stair Lifts for the L-Staircase If your home has a 90-degree staircase, the type that has an L shape, you won't have to worry about installing a stair lift.

8 July 2018