Alzheimer's and Dementia

An older gentleman's daughter helps him eat soup at the table.

Techniques To Cut Down on Messy Eating for People with Alzheimer’s

Easy-to-handle foods and utensils can make mealtime easier.

A dinner plate with roasted turkey, string beans, cranberry sauce and stuffing.

When Someone with Alzheimer’s Repeatedly Wants the Same Food

It’s okay to indulge a preference for one particular food if the overall diet is balanced.

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A woman being fed oatmeal in her bed.

5 Ways to Help Someone with Chewing and Swallowing Problems When They Eat

Gentle coaching and foods that are more easily consumed can improve results.

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A woman in her golden years spending time with her daughter in their home.

Tips to Cope with the Financial Toll of Alzheimer’s Care

From family resources to untapped benefits, there are ways to ease the burden.

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A woman in her golden years outside drinking a smoothie.

How to Choose Safe Foods for Someone Who Can’t Swallow

If your loved one is at risk of choking, careful food selection is necessary. 

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Why Nutrition Is Important for People with Alzheimer’s

Dementia may lead to a loss of appetite, so ensuring a proper diet is key to health.

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A woman in her golden years embracing her aging mother.

8 Ways to Cover Assisted Living Costs

From insurance to more creative financing, help is available.

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A adult daughter with her aging mother in a happy, loving embrace.

Advice on Covering the Costs of Adult Daycare

Public and private sources offer assistance.

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A home health aide at the doorstep of someone's home.

5 Options to Cover Costs of Home Health Care

Help is available for physician-prescribed care.

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An older gentleman enjoying a slice of watermelon.

9 Tips to Prevent Dehydration in a Loved One with Dementia

A variety of beverages, and even fruit, can replenish fluids.

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6 Tips for Communicating With Those Who Have Advanced Alzheimer's

Show your loved one you care with little gestures. 

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A caregiver support group

You’re Not Alone: Alzheimer’s Support Groups Can Help

Whether you are a caregiver or you are dealing with dementia, the right group can offer support, encouragement and camaraderie.

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Norm Stolpe and his wife, Candy

A Caregiver Finds Comfort in the Book of Psalms

A retired pastor now finds spiritual fulfillment in caring for his wife with Alzheimer's.

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Miriam Green in her kitchen

Her Mom With Alzheimer's Still Inspires Her

Even as her mother declines, they stay connected through their longstanding love of cooking.

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