Alzheimer’s Disease Behavioral Changes

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Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia and a leading cause of death globally. In addition to cognitive impairments, Alzheimer's disease causes behavioral changes that are more noticeable…

Can You Get Paid to Care for Your Parent?

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Caring for an older adult loved one can be challenging, especially for those who have to work or care for their children. It can also be financially taxing, as the…

Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease

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Caregivers play a pivotal role in the lives of people with Alzheimer's disease. This can be extremely rewarding, and it can also be emotionally and financially taxing. While your main…

Alzheimer’s Disease Warning Signs

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Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia worldwide, affecting 10% of people over 65. People with Alzheimer’s experience memory loss, behavioral changes, and progressive cognitive decline. The disease process…

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: What’s the Difference?

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The term “dementia” comes up a lot when discussing Alzheimer's disease. While dementia and Alzheimer’s have many similarities, the terms differ. Here, we’ll explain the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and…

About Life Insurance

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Life insurance is a type of insurance that pays a predetermined amount of money to a person’s heirs once the policyholder passes away. There are different types of life insurance…

Guide to Power of Attorney

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A power of attorney is a legal document that conveys decision-making authority from the principal (the person the decisions are about) to an agent (who can make the decisions). The…

Tax-Deductible Senior Care Expenses for 2022

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Senior care can be expensive and time-consuming, especially if you're the primary caregiver. Luckily, the IRS recognizes this and gives taxpayers ways to offset the cost of senior care through…

Home Safety Tips for Aging in Place

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Home Safety Tips for Aging in Place Aging in place refers to a person who continues to live in their home as they get older, instead of moving to a…

The Difference Between Home Care and Home Health Care

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Home care and home health care both provide helpful services to older adults who live at home, but they are two separate kinds of care. Aging adults often need help…

A Guide to Trusts

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A trust can be an effective asset management tool that can help plan your estate during your lifetime. However, there are different types for different purposes, so it’s essential to…

Types of Home Care for Seniors

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As older adults age, some require extra assistance to be independent. These individuals may benefit from home care. Home care providers lend a hand with a wide array of needs,…