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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Dealing With Sundowners’ Syndrome in Alzheimer’s Patients

Sundowners’ Syndrome is a common condition that caregivers have to deal with when caring for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The name of the syndrome is driven by the fact that it is triggered at dusk when the natural light from outside...

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Companionship Can Help in Any Person’s Recovery

When a person has been through a serious injury or had undergone surgery, he or she will definitely need the help of caregivers to recover. One reason is that they will have mobility problems. Depending on where the surgery had been...

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Smart New Year’s Resolution for Family Caregivers

The new year is always a good time to reflect on the past year and strive to do better. So if you’re a family caregiver, now’s the time to create healthy resolutions ? especially if the past year of caregiving has left you overwhelmed and...

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Tips in Overcoming Loneliness for Aging Adults

Loneliness has always been a cause of concern in elderly care. Due to family members moving out, loved ones passing on, declining health, and other various things, many seniors feel lonely and isolated from the things they were once used to. ...

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Easy Ways to Remember Your Medication

While it may not seem like it has a big impact, missing a dose of your medication can have adverse effects on your treatment. As a provider of elderly care, we often encounter missed doses in senior patients who can’t remember to take their...

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Looking Out for the Early Signs of Senior Depression

While depression can hit anyone regardless of age or social status, it can be particularly difficult for caregivers to diagnose depression in elderly adults. It is often misdiagnosed as other diseases such as dementia or just considered as a...

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