Dementia

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Normal Forgetfulness or Dementia: Which Do You Have?

Are you experiencing normal forgetfulness or exhibiting signs of dementia? Read on to find out. Many people forget sometimes. Now and then, you experience lapses in


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Elderly OCD: How to Handle It

Elderly OCD is pretty common. Elderly people may start to act strange. From counting cracks on the floor to putting washing the hands three times,


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Does Your Elderly Parent Use Profanity? Here’s What You Should Do

Your elderly parent may seem kind and mild-mannered before, but now that age has caught up with them and they are in their senior years,


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Elderly Hoarding: What to Do

Elderly hoarding is different from collecting or being sentimental or frugal. In fact, many seniors are really known to hoard all sorts of things. If


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How to Deal with Elderly Temper Tantrum

Let’s face it–as years go by, your elderly parents can start to get difficult. They may act childish and even have what we can call


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5 Simple Yet Effective Memory Exercises for Seniors

Here are 5 simple yet effective memory exercises that elderly people can do at home or in their adult daycare facilities. These activities help boost


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10 Early Signs of Dementia

Dementia is a general term for a condition characterized by loss of mental abilities such as thought, cognition, communication, and memory. These mental abilities can


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Memory Loss and Aging

Memory loss can be a negligible issue when you’re young. However, forgetfulness can be a real concern when the years start to catch up on


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How Do You Talk to Someone with Dementia?

It can be painful and heartbreaking to watch a loved one deteriorate with dementia. Whether it’s due to Alzheimer’s disease or other condition associated with


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