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Common Conditions and Signs to Watch for

Older Drivers and Safe Driving

We can all agree that driving represents independence. Being able to get into our car and drive anywhere at any time means freedom and control. Growing older does not necessarily mean that your loved ones’ driving days are over; however, it does mean that their driving skills will inevitably deteriorate and they will eventually lose the ability to drive safely.

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Preventing Falling and Keeping Bones Healthy

Many people think falling and bone health are just a concerns for the frail. The reality is that as we age, our balance decreases and our risk for Osteoporosis  increase, making falls a major health risk - no matter how young or fit you feel. 

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Caring for Someone with Heart Failure

Are you caring for someone with heart failure? Being well-informed about the disease can help you understand treatment options, and help you and your loved one find the support that you may need.

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Dementia and Changes in Communication

Currently, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. However, there are a number of strategies that can help manage a loved one’s symptoms and help to maximize their quality of life. One of these strategies is communication.

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Understanding the Stages of Alzheimer's

Typically, Alzheimer’s disease progresses gradually in three general stages; early, middle, and late, where symptoms worsen over time. As the disease progresses, the specific symptoms a loved one may experience will vary. Learn more in this article.

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Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Dementia and Alzheimer's disease are often confused as one in the same, but in reality are two separate conditions. Alzheimer's disease is a leading cause of dementia, however dementia itself can result from a variety of causes. Learn more in this article. 

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