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Everyday Coping for Caregivers

6 Practical Ways to Resolve Sleep Issues

Watching your loved one’s caffeine intake and offering a stuffed animal to cuddle are possible solutions.

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Everyday Coping for Caregivers

5 Approaches to Sleep Regulation for Someone with Severe Dementia

Daytime “wake cues” and a bedtime routine can help your loved one get better sleep.

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Everyday Coping for Caregivers

What to Do If Your Loved One with Dementia Sleeps Too Much

Changes in sleep patterns are not unusual, but check with a physician.

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Everyday Coping for Caregivers

8 Tips for Making Bedtime Easier

Sleep problems can affect people with dementia, but there are ways to smooth the transition from day to night.

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Ty Pennington
Movies and TV

Ty Pennington Talks ADHD and His Most Positive TV Moments

In our exclusive video, the popular television personality talks about his new book, dealing with ADHD and the positive impact his home makeover TV shows have had on individual families and communities.

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Someone Cares: His Watchful Eye
People Helping People

Someone Cares: His Watchful Eye

These crafts made out of colorful yarn let soldiers know that they were praying for them.

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Someone Cares: What I Like About Me
People Helping People

Someone Cares: What I Like About Me

She learned that if you say positive things about yourself it will help make the world a brighter place.

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Helpful Activities

5 Ways to Engage a Senior with Alzheimer’s

Get expert advice on how to connect with a person who has dementia.

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Linda took to painting as a form of therapy
Helpful Activities

How She Used Art to Help a Senior with Dementia

The caregiving art sessions transformed Tony's final days with Alzheimer's and healed Linda, too.

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