Family

A mother overlooking her senior mother on a laptop.
Helpful Activities

Tips to Protect a Loved One Whose Judgment is Impaired

You can put safety first by keeping a watchful eye on activities.

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A senior father and his caregiver daughter having a laugh in their home.
Advice for Caregivers

3 Tips to Handle a Loved One’s Hostility

When you keep in mind that dementia is the cause, it can aid your understanding.

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A caregiver comforting her mother.
Advice for Caregivers

How to Talk to a Loved One Whose Judgment is Impaired

Gentle suggestions can help your loved one feel more secure under your watch.

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A woman in her golden years.
Everyday Coping for Caregivers

Moving Through Denial When a Loved One Has Dementia

Education can help ease the way forward for family members.

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A father and daughter in a happy embrace.
Helpful Activities

What to Do When Your Loved One Shows Signs of Impaired Judgment

If poor decision-making is an issue, you can take steps to protect your family.

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A caregiver has a sit down conversation with his senior father.
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Advice for Dealing with a Loved One Who is Uncooperative

If your family member is resistant to getting an Alzheimer’s evaluation, a calm discussion can make a difference.

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A woman calculating costs using a calculator and laptop.
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4 Tips to Consider for Retirement

Whether it's discussing your health with loved ones or finding a retirement planner, here are some ways to plan for your future.

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Singer Gloria Gaynor
Stories of Faith

Guideposts Classics: Gloria Gaynor on Finding Faith

In this story from July 1998, singer Gloria Gaynor shares how, though she had achieved great success in her career, there was something missing until she learned who Jesus really was.

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Living Longer, Living Better

Why You Should Make New Friends as an Adult

Relationships only become more important as we age. 

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Andy, Rachel, Wesley and Josie (from right to left)
Service Animals

How a Dog Helped Her Son with Autism

Rachel Webb Turner shares how bringing a dog into her home enabled her son Wesley, who has autism, to connect with the world around him.

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