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What if we made it a priority to truly connect with our elders on a journey with dementia? Here are great ways ways to can connect with your parent, spouse or other loved ones with the disease.

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Learn more about how to take advantage of retirement dollars and special discounts from an insurance and long-term care veteran, Chris Orestis of Life Care Funding.

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Estate planning is an emotionally charged conversation and topic, but a critical discussion to have. Here are five tips from expert, Andy Smith, CFP, to help keep emotions out of estate planning while having these tough conversations with family.

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Although there’s no magic bullet that will prevent dementia, there are some activities that can keep your brain in shape, including an active lifestyle, certain types of training and socially complex work.

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Our parents always told us to listen to them, but what happens when they refuse to listen to us? Adult children are finding that Father doesn’t always know best when it comes to his driving, diet, housing, caregiving, health, medication or other important issues. Learn more about what to do when your parents aren’t listening to you.

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As more countries recognize Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias as a public health crisis, we looked at how several countries approach dementia care and how they’re preparing for a growing population of people who have age-related cognitive impairment.

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Learn more about recommended cancer screening timelines to help ensure you and your loved ones prevent the deadly disease.

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Crowdfunding is a digital age marriage of generosity and global data efficiency, coming together to improve lives. However, many people are not aware that crowdfunding can be used to support seniors and pay for senior care.

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Caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be challenging. It’s normal to feel depressed, frustrated and tired when caregiving. If you’re feeling this way, know you’re not alone. Learn what to look for and why it’s important for caregivers to also take care of themselves while caring for a spouse with dementia.

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Are you caring for a family member or an elder who is experiencing extreme anxiety, paranoia or unfounded worry? Learn more about how to handle paranoia in the elderly.
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