There are so many health issues that caregivers need to deal with, and while I’m not a doctor and you won’t find medical advice here, you will find ways other caregivers have dealt with health care issues for their aging parents.
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Author: Anne Bogardus, Founder and former caregiver Any form of dementia is challenging for caregivers, largely because the symptoms can be so random and, at times, seem to come and go. When I was struggling to understand my dad’s behavior, I spent time on the...read more
There really isn't a word to accurately describe what it's like to care for a parent with dementia. Where do you begin? One minute they love you, the next they're accusing you of stealing the wallet they "hid" in the sock drawer when they went to bed last night. ...read more
The many forms of dementia affect those who are afflicted, their families, the health care system, government agencies . . . and the list goes on. The World Health Organization (WHO) is coordinating the fight against this debilitating disease. This infographic...read more
by Anne Bogardus, Founder (and former caregiver) This information is provided for educational and information purposes only. It is not legal advice. Please consult an attorney for specific questions on how to comply with Medicaid programs in your state. There seems to...read more