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Alzheimer's Care

  Alzheimer's disease is a neurological condition where nerve cells in an individual brain die. Onset of Alzheimer disease is typically gradual, first signs of AD can be recognize...
Why fear symptoms of dementia? It has been projected that of the 35 million adults 65 years of age and older in the United States, there will be at least 140,000 older adults diagnosed with some...
Call (877) 751-0735 to speak to a Care Advisor about Alzheimer's care options in your area. has detailed information about memory care communities across the country, and our...
Summary: Alzheimer’s care is changing. Comfort-centered, person-centered, experiential: How do you choose? In this video, get tips from a representative of the Alzhe...
Summary:   Person-centered Alzheimer’s care sounds great. But what are the pros and cons? How does it compare to institutional care? In this video, get an...
Alzheimer’s profoundly changes how we interact with the person who has it. Figuring out what to say and do can be challenging. To help you connect in a more fulfilling way, we asked experts to e...

Getting Started

  1. How Do I Begin The Search For Care Options?
  2. What are the different options, and when are they viable options to consider?
  3. How do i know if my loved one is suffering from alzheimer’s disease?
  4. What assistance is available to help pay for care?
  5. What does medicare cover?
  6. How do i talk with my parents about making a transition?
  7. How to manage the family stress levels during this period?
  8. Are there any alternative options available for care?
  9. When does in-home care care make sense?
  10. What to look for, and how do i interview a care provider?
  11. How do we plan for the actual move?