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Blog: Keeping it Together When Your Child is Chronically Ill
When your child is diagnosed with a chronic illness like diabetes, asthma or cystic fibrosis for example, your world is suddenly like the inside of a snow globe... everything is moving in a flurry of activity and constant change. But eventually, when the fear and panic subside and your child's condition is more or less under control, you as a parent are left with the task of guiding your family's return to "normal" life. Continue reading
By now, most of us who made New Year's resolutions have already tossed them. Let's face it -- change is hard. Old habits are tough to break.
But what if there was a way to improve your 2016 without having to starve yourself, work out or even break a sweat?
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For people suffering from dementia and/or Alzheimer's disease, activities can be critically important. Success with activities means pride, amusement, staying engaged with life and people, and even remembering bits and pieces of identity.
Although dementia and Alzheimer’s are different, there is substantial overlap between them. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association states that 50-80 percent of dementia cases are caused by Alzheimer’s. Whatever the source of your loved one's dementia, take these tips about activities to play with someone with Alzheimer's and make them work for your situation.
You may think of the blooming and warm weather of springtime as allergy season, but in fact winter allergies are a major issue. In fact, your sniffling and sneezing may not be a cold. How can you tell if you're suffering from winter allergies? And if you are, what can you do about it?
The holiday season should be about sharing wonderful memories and creating new ones. However, for people with Alzheimer's and their families, holidays can be a stressful, uphill battle. As an Alzheimer’s patient, holiday events can seem confusing, depressing, frustrating, or anxiety-producing. And for caregivers, planning for extra events and special occasions can feel exhausting and lonely.
Here are some holiday survival tips for Alzheimer's Disease patients and their loved ones to minimize these kinds of experiences and get all they can from the holidays.