What You Should Consider Before Volunteering to Take Care of Your Elderly Parents

The decision to care for your elderly parents, while noble, should not be made lightly. Undertaking the oversight of any person is a major responsibility on several levels. Take time to evaluate the services that will be required and your ability to render them, including the following.

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How Daughters are Facing the Weight of Providing Alzheimer’s Care

Signs of Alzheimer’s disease include a person exhibiting unusual behavior like physical aggression, combativeness, severe mood swings, wandering and repetition of words. These significant behavioral changes can lead to frustration and tension for both parties – the people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. It is important to keep in mind that the person is not acting this way purposely to analyze probable adjustments care. 

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