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6 Thoughtful Ways to Help Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Alzheimer’s affects millions. The stress and health issues of this debilitating disease reach far beyond those diagnosed. There are over 15 million caregivers, whether they are health care professionals or family members. If you know a family or caregiver dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia you can help in a variety of ways.   [sc name=”Blog […]...

What is Dementia? What are Dementia Symptoms, Causes?

Dementia is a health and wellness concern for families around the world. It can cause stress, feeling of discomfort, and monetary strain for dementia patients, family members, and caregivers alike. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 47 million people are living with dementia. This number is expected to rise to 75 million by 2030. […]...

Tracking a Missing Child with Autism

A missing child in any case is frightening for loved ones and caregivers. Children with Autism that go missing are especially frightening due to their mental disabilities. However, tracking a child with autism can be made easier.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   Did you know that a third of children with autism are nonverbal? […]...

6 Holiday Season Tips for Loved Ones with Autism

Almost everyone happily anticipates celebrating the holiday season. For families who have loved ones with autism, the experience might be less festive, because of all the challenges they face with routine and schedule disruptions. Holidays for special needs families need extra planning and preparation to ensure that autism and Christmas blend well together. Here are […]...

Top 7 Tips for Alzheimer’s Holiday Season Survival

The holiday season is almost here and it’s the time for family gatherings again where cheers, laughter, and sometimes drama fill every participant’s memories. For families coping with Alzheimer’s though, the holiday season can be very challenging, stressful, and frustrating.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   Celebrating the holidays with Alzheimer’s can give any caregiver...