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A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease although very serious does not necessarily mean you will no longer be able to care for your loved one at home. But, it does mean that you will have to prepare yourself in numerous ways, the Senior Care Society is here to help you with those preparations; physically, medically, and emotionally

Preparing Your Home for Caregiving

Published: 05/04/2012 by Michelle Seitzer in Caregiving

Decision to move Dad into your home (or move into his): check. Application for Medicare home health benefits submitted, Family Portal care management account created, important paperwork organized: check, check and check.

Practical Tools for Long-Distance Caregivers

Published: 01/03/2013 by Carrie Steckl, PHD in Caregiving

How do you provide care when you can't be there? Let's explore what Carolyn did.

Preparing for the Senior Care Conversation

Published: 08/17/2011 by Senior Care Society in Caregiving

A conversation with your loved one about his or her long term care, financial affairs, and end of life records may well be the hardest conversation you’ll ever have. Unlike the sex talk you had with your parents when you were in school, the number one rule about this conversation is to introduce the conversation slowly and tactfully, not blind side them and corner them.