Mild Cognitive Impairment in Seniors: What to Do When It’s Not Alzheimer’s

When we think of “cognitive impairments” in older adults, we often think of Alzheimer’s disease. After all, cognition (the mental process that includes perception, reasoning, and judgment), is often hindered by neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s. However, Alzheimer’s is far from the only disease that affects the brain.1 It is entirely possible for your loved one […]

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Are You at Risk for Caregiver Depression? Know the Symptoms and Treatment Options

Caregiver depression is like the unspoken secret of home care. It’s something that many people experience but rarely talk about. Yet it can be as costly, debilitating, and heartbreaking as any other illness. Constant demands on your time, energy, emotions, and patience can often contribute to feelings of anger, frustration, sadness, and exasperation. Read on to […]

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