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Faith and Hope

I started this blog to try to share what we, as a family, are going through, and how I handle it. There have been times that were easier, but the relapses we’ve dealt with since 2012 have really challenged us. 283 more words


Helpful Tips to People Caring For Loved Ones With Dementia

Caring for people with cognitive problems can be very challenging. Dementia patients have been left incapable by the disease that is why they badly need people who can take care of them from head to toe. 412 more words

Home Care

Some mall trips become adventures

G wanted to go to Bscovs for fleece sheets they had on sale. I was happy to drive us if only for a chance to get away from the house for a couple of hours. 120 more words


29. They came

Today it was the day that we were honored with a house visit from the foundation, whom my daughter got sir Oliver from. We knew that around week 6-7, they would come over, and see how the dog is doing and how the adopting caregiver is doing with the dog. 575 more words

Geen Categorie

I was never the soft one. I had the harsh edges and the strong opinions. A bit on the Asperger’s scale, what’s in front of my face is the most important thing in the world at the moment, and sometimes it’s hard for people like me to think about consequences. 1,277 more words

Personal Rants

InnovAge Nurse VanDerMeulen Loves PACE so Much, It’s Become a Habit

By Christina Pope

When Lacey VanDerMeulen moved to Colorado from Battle Creek, Michigan, two years ago, she was sad to leave behind her job with the CentraCare PACE program there. 321 more words


Alzheimer's Care: Simple Guidelines For Helping Them With Daily Tasks

When you have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, everything changes – both for the patient and for the family members as well. Patients with Alzheimer’s needs constant supervision… 473 more words

Assisted Living