Caregiver Burnout & How to Prevent It

Caregiver Burnout & How to Prevent It

Love, obligation or maybe out of doing what’s right, you may be one of more than 40 million adults taking care of an elderly, chronically ill, or a disabled loved one, according to the Family Caregiver Alliance. In fact, 70 percent of family caretakers take care of one person over 65, while 15.7 million adult […]

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How A Geriatric Care Manager Can Help Family Caregivers

How A Geriatric Care Manager Can Help Family Caregivers

Extended or even immediate families often shared the job of tending to their senior loved ones. Oftentimes, families may live farther apart, and the responsibility for care can fall on one overwhelmed family member who is not close by. The good news is that there are geriatric care managers who can help! What is a […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Social Security Benefits

Alzheimer’s Disease and Social Security Benefits

Early-onset Alzheimer’s disease is covered by Social Security as a disability. If you have Early- onset Alzheimer’s, you can also ask for a Compassionate Allowance so that your benefits can come to you sooner. How can I use a Compassionate Allowance? Patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can get quicker access to SSI and SSDI with a […]

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Brain Health as You Age – You Can Make a Difference!

Brain Health as You Age – You Can Make a Difference!

  Current research indicates that aging well depends on three basic but important factors: Your genes The environment Your lifestyle Researchers now believe that even as we age, we have greater control over our brain health than we’ve previously understood.  The various lifestyle “choices” each of us make every day – what social activities we […]

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