COVID-19 and Older Adults: What All You Should Know

COVID-19, or coronavirus, turned our lives upside down. A vaccine against this infectious disease has not yet been developed, and those over the age of 65 and over need special care during this pandemic. So how do we take care of our older adults? Read on to receive all your questions...
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How You Should Care for Someone with Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia, or LBD, is the second most common type of progressive dementia in the world close to Alzheimer's disease dementia. LBD mainly affects older people (over 50 years or more), although younger people may also. What is Lewy body dementia? Lewy Body Dementia is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by...
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Quitting Your Job to Care for Elderly Parents: Is it Feasible?

Balancing your work and the duties of caregiving is a challenging job even under the best of conditions. If you realize that you cannot balance your work and elderly parent's care, and alternatives to flexible working hours, part-time work or home-based work are not accessible to you, you might opt to...
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Early Signs of Dementia: Things You Need to Know

Dementia denotes a group of symptoms which affect memory, thoughts, and communication. Dementia typically impacts older adults and occurs due to damaged brain cells that are not able to communicate effectively with each other.  Alzheimer’s disease  is the most common reason for dementia, accounting for around 60 to 80 percent of...
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