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How to Overcome Sibling Disagreements about Elder Care

Often, especially when dementia is involved, it falls upon the adult children to make decisions about senior living choices for aging parents. Making the right choice is important, and all options should be considered before making a move. However, these choices become particularly difficult when adult siblings disagree on the right decisions for their parents. Today, we’ll discuss some strategies for reducing those disagreements to make the best decisions for aging parents. Focus on goals. Once you’ve identified that your parents need help making decisions, Continue reading →

Tips for Caring for Loved Ones with Dementia

Living with dementia is a difficult challenge, and it’s especially difficult on the caregivers, many of whom devote hours to care for a loved one with progressing dementia. For family member caregivers, this affects all aspects of our lives, causing many to adjust their employment status or to sacrifice time with their children or grandchildren. Today, we’ll talk about some of these challenges and give you some valuable tips for managing the difficult task of caring for a family member with dementia.  Become empowered through Continue reading →