Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why EVERYONE needs to pay attention to DEMENTIA


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Tips of communicating with Alzheimer’s patients


By Carole Larkin Alzheimer’s Reading Room Ever feel like your loved one is ignoring you or that you just weren’t getting through to your loved one? Try some of these tips to see if they help.   Make eye contact. … Continue reading

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Caregiver Resources: National and Local


Resources on a local and national level for helping family caregivers. The resources here provide caregiver support, advice and tips for taking care of yourself. Please e-mail us if there is another great source that is not on this list. … Continue reading

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Caring Compassion Home Heath Care is going to create new blog entitled working moms (nurses). It will be a blog written by myself Heather Newman Owner/LPN and our nursing staff we will be including stories and experiences of working a … Continue reading

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Becoming my mother’s keeper: a journey into Alzheimer’s


By Rachel Darden Bennett May 27, 2013 As she’s gradually changing roles with her mother, Rachel Darden Bennett is trying to maintain a connection with her mother’s beautiful spirit. I got a call from the head nurse of the memory … Continue reading

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Taking care of you: A resource for family caregivers


Tool #1: Reducing Personal Stress How we perceive and respond to an event is a significant factor in how we adjust and cope with it. The stress you feel is not only the result of your caregiving situation but also … Continue reading

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