Choosing Natural Treatments for Early Stage Dementia

Dementia may seem like a natural part of growing older. There are an estimated 44 million people living with some form of dementia or Alzheimer’s...

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First Signs That Your Loved One May Be Battling Alzheimer’s or Dementia

We all tend to forget things as we age, starting with where we placed our car keys and potentially progressing to what we had...

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5 Tips to Keep Caregivers Healthy and Reduce Stress

Caring for someone else can be an incredible gift to the caregiver, but it can also place a great deal of stress on your mind and body. Seeing someone that you love suffering mentally or in...

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What Are the Differences Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

If you don’t have a friend or family member with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you may be used to using these terms...

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Protect the Financial Assets of Loved Ones With Alzheimer’s or Dementia

As a caregiver, it can be difficult to watch your loved one suffer from the effects of a disease such as Alzheimer’s or the symptoms of dementia...

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What others have said about Senior Caregiver Alliance

 

"I'm an only child with a full-time job, a husband with a demanding job, and three children, but I wanted to be there for my mom after her stroke. What was I supposed to do? I couldn't quit working. I couldn't hire a full-time private nurse. My mother refused to move out of her home.”

I met with a counselor who helped me map out my options, helping me tackle my mom's health care too, and tapping into some state resources I didn't even know existed. It's hard to find this stuff, you need someone to help you through. 'It takes a village' was said about kids but it really applies to everything. We need all the help we can get just to know where to  look for help."

- Judy Miller, Hauppauge, NY