Do I Need an Aging Life Care Professional?

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If you’re struggling with the decision to use a Care Manager, it may be helpful to consider the following questions: Are your loved one’s health concerns and required care becoming greater and more complex than you can comfortably manage? Are there other demands or responsibilities in your life that prevent you from giving full attention to your loved one’s needs? Will distance or accessibility make it difficult to supervise or monitor your loved one’s care and well-being? (more&he...
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Dementia’s Impact on the Caregiver

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Dementia like many other diseases affects not only the individual but also their family. Family members quite often become the primary caregivers as the expense for outside support is extremely costly.Primary caregivers assist the individual with activities of daily living (ADLs) and supervise support care through the responsibility of managing medical needs and additional supportive staff. These responsibilities are a cumbersome burden that often leads to physical and emotional disturbances...
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