Newsletter Topics

Winter Newsletter 2019
Caregiving with Siblings

Fall Newsletter 2018
Making Lemons Into Lemonade -Part One
Making Lemons Into Lemonade -Part Two
Dementia & The Holidays

January 2018 Newsletter
2018 Key Medicaid and Medicare Figures
Taking The Next Step
Taking the Correct Medication at the Correct Time

November 2017 Newsletter 
Holidays Are The Time To Check Up On Aging Parent 
Dementia Care Specialist to the Rescue 
Primary Progressive Aphasia

August 2017 Newsletter
Alzheimer’s And Anesthesia 
Identifying and Treating Memory Issues is Better with a Team of Providers Experienced in The Care of the Elderly 
How to Manage Reluctance to Taking Medication

June 2017 Newsletter
Taking Away the Car Keys & List of Transportation Options
The Importance of Dental Care in the Alzheimer and Dementia Individuals 
Increase Federal Funding for Alzheimer’s Research 
Father Day Gift Ideas

April 2017 Newsletter
How To Combat Caregiver Stress 
Why does someone with dementia ask the same question over and over again????? 
The Benefits of Hospice

February 2017 Newsletter
Hitting A Tipping Point 
Positive Effects of Music 
Hearing Loss and Dementia

January 2017 Newsletter
Reversible and Irreversible Dementias 
Reducing Caregiver’s Guilt 

November 2016 Newsletter
Improving The Lives of Family Caregivers 
Tips to Enjoy a Successful Holiday 
Working Women as Caregivers

October 2016 Newsletter
Transitioning A Loved One With Dementia 
It’s Fall- Let’s Prevent Falls 
Men As Caretakers

September 2016 Newsletter 
Knowing the difference between normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease 
Reduced antipsychotics recommended for dementia 
Having meaningful interactions with Individuals with dementia 

June 2016 Newsletter
Who Is Taking Care of The Caregiver? 
What's The Buzz About Caregiver Fatigue? 
Father's Day Gifts Fore Caregivers

May 2016 Newsletter 
Strategies For Living Well With Early Stage Alzheimer's 
Tips For How To Care For Me If I Get Dementia 
Mother's Day Gifts For Caregivers
Distinguishing the Changes of Typical Aging From Dementia
4 Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents

February 2016 Newsletter
Activities That Work!
Distinguishing the Changes of Typical Aging From Dementia 
4 Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents 
Alzheimer’s disease (Video)

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