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Communication Styles That Could Divide

There are recurring conversations that aging parents and their adult children may have. And during these conversations, it may seem to the kids that they are speaking with the best of intentions. These talks often result in parents shutting down or telling their kids...

5 Stages of Alzheimer’s

These 5 stages of Alzheimer’s can help you understand and prepare you for what to expect. Preclinical Alzheimer’s Usually identified only in research settings. You won’t notice symptoms during this stage. This stage of Alzheimer’s can last for...

9 Tips: The Art of Long Distance Caregiving

Caregiving for someone in your own city or home who lives with Alzheimer’s is challenging enough. So how can you manage long-distance caregiving? Here are 9 points to ease your worries and help smoothe the long-distance caring journey. 1. Provide a Cell Phone. Plan on...

Arizona Veterans and Access to Health Care

According to the budget the VA submitted in May, the 2022 funding represents a 10% increase over 2021. More than $30 billion will be devoted to various types of infrastructure updates and modernization. The VA estimates there are 19.2 million veterans worldwide. As of...

5 Tips For Caring For Someone With Dementia

Being a caregiver to a loved one is an incredibly rewarding experience, yet it’s also a difficult one. And if your loved one has dementia, caregiving can be even more challenging. Five tips when providing care for someone with dementia. 1. Be open to new ways of...

7 Steps to Take When Aging Parents Need Help

 If your aging parents need help to stay safe and healthy, you might be unsure about how to handle the situation. Use these 7 steps to turn the vague problem of “my aging parents need help” into a practical, realistic plan to help mom or dad be as healthy and happy as...