Category Archives: Dementia and Cognitive Decline

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care: Inspiration for Your Visits This Summer

Are your next few months packed with family get-togethers and organizing activities for your kids who are off school or home from college? The summer is busy for everyone, and it can be difficult to manage a summer schedule while … Continue reading

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Anxiety and Dementia: Tips for Family Caregivers in D.C. and Beyond

Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia come with all sorts of challenges. For many family caregivers in D.C, MD, Northern VA (DMV), and throughout the world, trying to keep up with all the changing health needs of their loved … Continue reading

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Reminiscing and Dementia

When you love someone who is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you can find yourself struggling to make conversation and connections. It’s normal if you find yourself in this situation. Cognitive decline can make conversation difficult … Continue reading

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Dementia and Sleep Disruptions

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you already know the challenges that come with these progressive conditions. However, while most family members and caregivers are aware of the more common symptoms … Continue reading

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Anger and Dementia: What Family Members Need to Know

If your loved one has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you already know that every day can seem challenging in its own unique ways. Unfortunately, many family members observe personality changes in their loved ones … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Alzheimer’s Care in Washington, D.C.

Did you know that November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Here at CaringGivers, we are honored to serve seniors living with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia in the comfort of their own home. In-home care for those living … Continue reading

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What to Expect From In Home Dementia Care in Maryland

If your loved one has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease or another type of dementia, it is easy to feel quite alone. Most family caregivers quickly become overwhelmed with decision making and future planning, that they forget that they are … Continue reading

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Early Signs of Dementia

Adult children and family members can struggle when it comes to noticing potential warning signs of health decline in their senior loved ones. It can be difficult to know when shortness of breath walking down the stairs crosses over from … Continue reading

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Isolation and Seniors: Why It Happens and How to Fix It

Seniors living at home alone are especially vulnerable to the dangers of isolation. Discover the facts about isolation and how to bring the support to your loved one that they need to thrive. Continue reading

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Beyond Forgetfulness: Other Side Effects of Dementia

When you hear the word dementia, what symptoms come to mind? For most people, forgetfulness is the hallmark sign of Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia. However, there are many other side effects that accompany a dementia diagnosis. While each person … Continue reading

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