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Handling an Adult Child's Death: The Aftermath of Long-Term Caregiving

Parents use the painful loss of their son to make a difference for others like him


What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

How to prepare and tips to stay healthy

10 Questions to Ask if a Loved One Is in a Nursing Home

Guidance for caregivers during the pandemic

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Compare costs, types of service in your area


Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Why Caregivers Shouldn't Avoid a Dementia Diagnosis

Don’t let fear of the unknown prevent you from taking the steps to help your loved one

Son Uses TikTok to Humanize Dementia Caregiving

More than a million people follow Dan Salinger’s journey

Finding Joy Through Understanding Dementia

Learning more about the disease can open up new avenues for happiness, connection

What Dementia Feels Like to Those Living With it

Individuals detail their symptoms in the early stages and how the disease affects their lives

New Alzheimer’s Drug Gets FDA Green Light

A monoclonal antibody that targets protein plaques in the brain receives accelerated approval

10 Ways to Manage Sundown Syndrome

Tips to help dementia caregivers can soothe anxiety in the evening

Handling a Loved One's Memory Loss

When dealing with dementia, let small mistakes slide. Read other tips for dealing with memory loss

Making a Home Safe for Loved Ones with Dementia

Evaluate your living space and determine what changes need to be made

Ways to Manage 8 Frustrating Dementia-Related Behaviors

Finding the right solution requires steady sleuthing, calm compassion

How to Financially Prepare for Alzheimer’s

The disease can be financially devastating, but there are ways to ease the burden

How to Prevent Someone With Dementia From Wandering

6 steps family caregivers can take to keep loved ones safe

How to Get an Accurate Alzheimer's Diagnosis

Here are 6 steps to discovering the cause of memory problems

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Hospice and Palliative Care

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