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6 Communication Tips For A Person With Dementia

Friday, August 30, 2019

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Finding out you’re loved has Dementia is hard enough, learning how to effectively speak to them is a whole other challenge. Concierge Care has put together a few tips to help guide you through the communication process for a person with Dementia. Caring for a senior with dementia is no easy task and you never […]

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Understanding Nutrition as Seniors Age

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

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it’s not always easy to provide healthy meals and adequate nutrition for your loved one in senior care. Most seniors have preferences for food and some may even prefer a specific eating lifestyle, such as vegetarian, fruitarian, or pescatarian. Making nutrition even more complicated, each doctor may recommend specific foods or nutrients for any chronic […]

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Concierge Care offers many ways to pay for in-home cre services

How To Pay For In-Home Care

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

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When you want the best for your loved, consider professional home care for chronic health conditions or recovery from acute illness or surgery. The option of home care can allow people to remain in the comfort of their own homes, in their familiar surroundings, with the continuation of their regular daily routines. The lifestyle and […]

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What You Need To Know to get Your Long Term Care Insurance Claim Paid

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

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Paying for long-term care (for yourself or a loved one) can be a financial challenge if you don’t know the legal options available to you. How well do you understand your long-term care insurance? Would your insurance company deny your long-term care claim? Let’s make sure the answer is no. Be sure to have a […]

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Concierge Care provides 5 Alzheimer’s Home Safety Tips for your loved ones in Florida.

5 Alzheimer’s Home Safety Tips

Sunday, June 30, 2019

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Alzheimer’s care becomes increasingly difficult as the disease progresses. Your aging loved one will become more prone to falls and wandering even when safety is your top concern. Of course, you want to keep older adults in your care as safe as possible. Here are 5 suggestions for safety with in-home Alzheimer’s care: Systematically check […]

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5 Early Signs of Alzheimer's in Florida

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Monday, June 10, 2019

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Early detection really does matter when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease.  You want to be sure that you are on top of these warning signs so that you can be on the look-out in the event that the condition begins to set in.  Chances are that the individual suffering from Alzheimer’s is not going to […]

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How to act around someone with Alzheimer’s

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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It’s hard to watch someone you love deteriorate physically but Alzheimer’s Disease creates unique communication changes and problems, in addition to physical challenges. People in Alzheimer’s care will struggle to express themselves and eventually won’t be able to verbally communicate their needs. One in ten people in the U.S. have a family member in Alzheimer’s […]

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When Should You Help Your Loved One Manage Multiple Chronic Conditions in Florida?

When Should You Help Your Loved One Manage Multiple Chronic Conditions?

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

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With three out of four Americans over 65 years of age living with one or more chronic medical conditions, you may find yourself responsible for obtaining elderly care for a loved one. When is it time to help with the management of a loved one’s illness? How do you know when it’s time to step […]

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Medication Management: Preventing Future Health Problems

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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Medications must be taken as prescribed in order to be safe, but older adults often make errors that lead to emergency room visits 450,000 times per year. Not only do seniors take more prescription medications than any other group, but some aging adults are also struggling with memory problems which make their situations worse. Sometimes […]

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Veterans Care: Help Applying for Aid and Attendance

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

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If you’re a veteran in need of elderly care for yourself or your spouse, be sure you look into Veterans Aid and Attendance benefits as a possibility. Aid and Attendance, with maximum benefits up to $25,000 annually, can potentially assist in paying for long-term elderly care. Applying for veterans assistance can be complicated, so it’s […]

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