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Long-Distance Caregiving During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic presented a dilemma, how to provide caregiving to the most susceptible to the COVID-19 virus. Family caregivers that use to aid their family directly, now find themselves learning how to be long-distance providers during this pandemic. US…

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Preparing to Care for Your Aging Parent

While every situation providing care for an aging parent is unique, one truism is that preparation is crucial to success. Whether you need basic information about eldercare resources and services, are looking for a local agency to provide those services,…

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Alzheimer’s Has Many Hidden Costs

Policymakers consider both direct and indirect costs when they consider the costs of dementias like Alzheimer’s disease. Direct costs, in this instance, are the medical and social/non-medical care costs related to dementia; on average, expenses included $273 per month spent…

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Caregiving for Alzheimer’s

This past year, in 2020, a significant portion of the American baby boomer generation has reached the age of 65 or older, which increases their risk for Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia diseases. By the year 2030, the 65…

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