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You can’t be a good caregiver unless you focus on yourself first. It’s counterintuitive, but true.
The trouble is most caregivers feel guilt and shame when they ask their friends and family for help.… READ MORE

Moving out of your lifelong house is an emotional experience — especially for seniors. If you’re helping a loved one move, you need to get rid of all the clutter without getting rid of anything with sentimental value.… READ MORE

Selling your loved one’s home is a huge undertaking as a caregiver. It’s usually their biggest asset and more often than not, you need the money from it to pay for their ongoing care.
Not to mention, the quality of life in seniors with dementia is dramatically increased with less square feet.… READ MORE

One of the best things you can do to help care for your loved one battling dementia is help them stay in their home. 9 out of 10 people prefer living in their home and you’ll improve their standard of life by keeping them there.… READ MORE

One of the toughest questions to answer when you’re helping a loved one with dementia is this:
“Who can help me when their behavior becomes an issue?”
Since most caregivers are doing this for the first time, you’re not aware of how much help is out there.… READ MORE

Most caregivers don’t realize that there are more living options available than throwing your loved one in a nursing home.
There are several different living options — all catered to the specific needs of each individual battling dementia.… READ MORE

There are different behavior changes for each stage of Alzheimer’s.
And noticing the early signs of Alzheimer’s is the most important step to ensuring your loved ones have the highest quality of life.… READ MORE

Communication is the key for all relationships.
But it’s especially important for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
In today’s episode, Janet Standifer returns to explain how to properly communicate with someone who has Alzheimer’s Disease and the biggest mistakes most people make.… READ MORE

Alzheimer’s is one of the toughest diseases to deal with — both as a victim and as a caregiver.
Part of the problem is we can’t physically see these changes happening to us. So we default to arguing with loved ones when we should be supporting them.… READ MORE

Did you know that Alzeimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S.?
Unfortunately, there’s no known cure. But the earlier you spot the symptoms, the better the treatments work.
In this episode, I’m sitting down with Shelly Young, Program Manager for the North Central Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. … READ MORE

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