EldercareABC Blog Carnival – September 21, 2011


Welcome to the September 21, 2011 edition of EldercareABC Blog Carnival.

Nesher presents How to take care of Alzheimer’s Patient before, during, and after natural disasters? posted at Alzheimer’s disease: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, saying, "How caregivers should be dealing with Natural Disaster events, handling Alzheimers patients properly."

Monitoring Senior Loved Ones' Vital Signs ... - Senior Care Corner

Does your senior loved one have a chronic medical condition that needs to have close vital sign monitoring? Do you need to take a blood pressure or pulse frequently? Help is on the way in the form of a skin patch that monitors vital signs ...

Senior Care Evansville: Picking a Care provider is usually a ...The possibility of shifting to some nursing dwelling should not be the only selection considered for an elderly individual which is getting difficulty coping on.

Tender Loving Care Senior Residence: Assisted Living Redefined ...Some things that all people looking for Senior care options should consider BEFORE making that expensive and life altering decision for the entire multi generational family. This is not an exhaustive comparison and relies on ...

Why Might You Need Medicare ... - The Senior Health Plans...In today's difficult times, it is impossible for most senior citizens or disabled persons to pay the costs of healthcare without some form of medical.

Considering Elder Care Options? The Need for Companionship is ...Considering Elder Care Options? The Need for Companionship is an Important Factor. When it comes to making these crucial elder care decisions, there are numerous factors we need to consider. Price and convenience are ...

Hope for Alzheimer's Patients The debilitating disease of Alzheimer's received a glimmer of hope today according to a nasal spray study being conducted by the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System in Seattle, Washington reported by NBC ...

More Evidence Links Diabetes, Dementia - Alzheimers Disease and ...19 (HealthDay News) -- People with diabetes are at significantly higher risk of developing all types of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, finds a new study that bolsters previous research connecting the two illnesses. The study of more than 1000 people in Japan found that 27 ... The study followed 1017 men and women, age 60 and older, who took a glucose test to find out if they were diabetic or pre-diabetic. They were then tracked over an average of 11 years ...

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1 Response

  1. Thanks for another great resource for the Sandwich Generation, caring for the elderly parents. I've definitely been hearing a lot about the connection between diabetes and Alzheimers DIsease so I especially appreciated spotting that article. Thank you!

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