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How is Alzheimer's Diagnosed?

Alzheimer’s disease can be identified in its early stages, and this is especially important since the best treatments and medication are available in the early stages. Early diagnosis also allows the individual and family members to plan for their loved one’s future. Here are some ways caregivers can keep a lookout for the tell-tale signs of a loved one that is  developing Alzheimer's. 


How to Help Family Members Who Have Been Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

There are some incidences in life that alter the course of how you've always lived. They make you reevaluate your loved one's way of living and how that one situation might force you to make certain decisions for the better. 

One such incident is finding out if someone you care about gets diagnosed with long-term dementia or Alzheimer’s. Coming to terms with this can be challenging and time-consuming.

Here are a few simple steps to help you move past the stage of grief and transcend to finding a way to get through the situation.


Making Your Home Safe for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

When living with or caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease, it is crucial to maintain home safety. A tiny lapse in care, such as a door left open or a new rug, could result in an unexpected and unfortunate accident.

Here are some essential home safety tips that caregivers and family members can put in place to prevent a dangerous situation. 



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