• It’s always a good idea to stay active and do things you enjoy. That’s even more important for those who live with from Alzheimer’s disease, although it can sometimes be difficult to plan daily activities. Here is a short list of activities caregivers and patients with Alzheimer’s may enjoy doing together.


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  • When you or a loved one leaves a hospital or a nursing and rehabilitation center, recovery does not end, it is just beginning. Keep these five things in mind as a patient or a family member during this critical time of healing.

    plan for your discharge in advance

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  • Easy ways to Make Family Mealtime Part of Your Routine

    By Caroline South

    Whether you are caring for an aging loved one, taking care of your own family or just trying to maximize quality time with family and friends, finding time to sit down and enjoy a home cooked meal can be exhausting. These five tips will show you how to make family mealtime part of your regular routine.


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  • Five Healthy Eating Tips for Senior Adults

    By Melanie Niemann

    As we age, our dietary needs shift and it’s important to change our eating habits. During National Nutrition Month and beyond, focus your attention on making wise food choices you can enjoy. Try the eating right tips in this article as a starting point for a better diet.


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  • Six Tips for Visiting Loved Ones in Healthcare Facilities

    By Margaret Schmidt

    There are many things to consider when visiting your loved one in a healthcare facility. You may even be planning a visit this holiday season. Here are some useful tips for what to keep in mind to make the most of your time together.

    Check the policy on flowers

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  • Tips for the Family Caregiver

    By Maggie Cunningham

    Being a caregiver for a family member has many challenges, and isn’t always as rewarding as it is tough. Read more to learn how to balance taking care of yourself while taking care of your family member.


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