Tag Archives: Alzheimers

Discussing Dementia: The Ethics of Dementia

People who care for loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease often face difficult decisions. Linda Bliss and Chera Inhat from Kemper House – a care facility that specializes in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia – talk about the ethical quandaries … Continue reading

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Library hosting program to help caretakers of people with dementia

People who have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease often have habits or behaviors that can befuddle or frustrate their caretakers. For example, some people with dementia ask the same questions repeatedly In this talk, experienced professionals from the Kemper House – … Continue reading

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Special talk for family & caretakers of people with dementia

Dementia affects more than the person with the condition. It affects family and caregivers, as well Chera and Linda from the Kemper House – a care facility that specializes in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia – share tactics for helping someone … Continue reading

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Legal & financial planning advice for families affected by Alzheimer’s & dementia

Christina M. Bushnell and Dawn E. McFadden of McFadden Bushnell LLC visited us recently to provide guidance for families that may be affected by Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia – which is all families, really. They discussed legal and financial … Continue reading

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