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Helping People with Alzheimer's Articles, Information, Resources, National Care Listing
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June 21st is the longest day of the year. Click the article below to see how this day affects people with Alzheimer's disease. 
http://blogforalzheimers.com/2014/06/20/support-alzheimers-dementia-longest-day/

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Here is a presentation done by our Marketing Manager: Carlos Barrios. Tell us what you think about the video in the comments section below. 
Oh,  Lord. Here is a video of a presentation I did about a year ago at a Start Up conference about Endear for Alzheimer's. I was a little nervous, but in the end I nailed it. Tell me what you think about my speaking ability in the comments below. Share the video if you enjoyed it. -Carlos Barrios, Marketing Manager 

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We posted another article from one of our guest writers in our affiliate program make sure you check it out. It is a great resource for caregivers. 

When Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s: Focusing on Safety and Reduced Caregiver Stress By Linda Bright from MyNursingDegree.com

http://blogforalzheimers.com/2013/09/05/care-someone-alzheimers-dementia/

#endalz #alzheimers #dementia #alzcaregivers

We are sharing our circle of the best eldercare resources. We hope that this list is helpful to caregivers. If you, or your business would like to be included add us and leave a comment about your services.

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How to Communicate With Someone With Alzheimer’s – Part 1: Touch 

Talk More With Touch and Less With Words by Elaine C. Pereira

When Traditional Words Fail, Try Connecting Through The Senses

Dementia and Alzheimer’s are devastating conditions that rob us of our loved ones. One of the most tragic outcomes is their dissolving memory of events, stories, faces and conversations that connect us as humans. It’s heartbreaking when reciprocal conversation wanes into oblivion.

I, and many researches, maintain that for the most part, our loved ones are still in there and it’s up to us to find the connection that “speaks” to them. Communication takes on many forms and in the subsequent five articles, I will expand on how to connect through the five senses: Touch, Vision, Hearing, Smell and Taste.

Elaine C. Pereira, MA OTR/L CDP, CDC

http://blogforalzheimers.com/2013/07/26/how-to-communicate-with-someone-with-alzheimers-without-using-words/
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