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Tips for Alzheimer’s CareGivers

The Middle Stages of Alzheimer’s Everyone’s safety has to be the top concern now. You will need to think about safety every time you make a decision. Her memory loss will not get better. It will get worse. The plans that worked in the early stages of Alzheimer’s will stop working. Your loved one will… Read more »

How to Decrease the Chances of Your Loved One Falling Again

Your Husband has recently fallen three times and laughs it off, but your worried that something is wrong. What should you do? By: Dr. Linda Rhodes Plenty of comedians have been falling or tripping for years to get a laugh from their audience. But, it sure isn’t a laughing matter when your’re older. Every year… Read more »

Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

  Alzheimer’s is diagnosed through a complete medical assessment. If you or a loved one have concerns about memory loss or other symptoms of Alzheimer’s or dementia, it is important to be evaluated by a physician. Steps to diagnosis There is no single test that shows a person has Alzheimer’s. While physicians can almost always… Read more »

Summer Gardening Can Be Good For Your Health

Digging in the dirt can ease stress, keep you limber, and even improve your mood! By Anne Harding Gillian Aldrich started growing vegetables in her backyard three years ago, and she’s now working on planting a bed of hydrangeas, butterfly bushes, rose campion, and—her favorite—pale-pink hardy geraniums along one side of her property. As she digs… Read more »

Online Safety Tips For Seniors

By : Kimberley Fowler How Seniors Are Targeted Online Popular ways that scammers or thieves target seniors online include emails or websites for: Dating services: The scammer becomes close with the victim and once they gain trust the scammer asks for money or personal information. Charitable donations and requests for help: Often the charity isn’t legitimate or the… Read more »

Joy In CareGiving

Have Fun With Your Loved One by Amy Goyer, AARP| Find the happiness that comes from helping family. As caregivers we are so focused on health care, safety, finances and logistics that we can easily lose sight of quality of life — both for those we care for and for ourselves. Experiencing joy while caregiving… Read more »

Stroke Prevention and Risk Factors

National Stroke Awareness Month A stroke happens every 40 seconds Every four minutes someone dies from stroke Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. Up to 80% of strokes can be prevented Young Stroke: An Unexpected Reality Stroke can happen to anyone, at any time, at any age. In America today,… Read more »

Exercise Helps With Memory And Learning

Athletes’ Brains Are Just As Buff As Their Biceps Published May 3, 2017 By Dr. Glen Finney Exercise helps with learning and memory When many people think of impressive brain power, the stereotypical image of a skinny bookworm may come to mind. However, when it comes to building a healthy brain as an adult, new research… Read more »

Now Hiring RNs and LPNs!

Now Hiring RN’s and LPNs  in Lackwananna, Luzerne, Monroe, Susquahanna, Wayne and Wyoming Counties! CareGivers America is looking for caring and compassionate individuals to provide In-home services for children and adults with special needs or disabilities. Sign On Bonus!  Grow Your Career With A Growing Company! All Shifts Available Flexible Hours Direct Deposit Referral Bonuses… Read more »