Caring for an elderly loved one is a massive undertaking. It can make you feel any and all kinds of emotions. Frustrated, lonely, angry, and guilty. It can be a thankless job, even if you are not the primary caregiver. Guilt can enter the picture in many different ways. You might feel like they take up too much of your time, or you don’t see them enough. Or, you can…
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How to Identify the Early Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease
If you have concerns about a loved one’s memory or cognitive abilities, then you will want to know the 10 warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.