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According to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, as many as 5.1 million Americans may have Alzheimer’s disease, a fatal brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can be frightening and devastating to an individual and their loved ones, but there are some steps you can take to make it through.
15 Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day

This Mother’s Day is a bit more hopeful than last year's. Even if you and your parents can't get the vaccine in time for the holiday, the odds are that you will be able to get it— if you want it —quite soon. All it will take is a few more weeks, or months, of staying strong and social distancing
While you may not be able to bring your family together, here are some suggestions that will let the moms in your life know that you appreciate them. 
Understanding the Signs of a Stroke

Are you familiar with the signs of a stroke? In honor of May being Stroke Awareness Month, we are sharing 5 Key facts about stroke:

FACT #1Stroke kills brain cells, it happens when a clot or rupture interrupts blood flow to the brain. Without oxygen-rich blood, brain cells die.
FACT #2Types of stroke - Ischemic is caused by a clot, Hemorrhagic is caused by a rupture and Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) or "mini stroke" is caused by a temporary blockage.
FACT #3: About one in four stroke survivors is at risk for another Fortunately, up to 80 percent of second clot-related strokes may be preventable.
FACT #4: Prevention is key. Had a stroke? Create a plan with your doctor to prevent another, which may include managing high blood pressure and discussing aspirin or other medicine. Aspirin is not appropriate for everyone, so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.
FACT #5: Time lost is brain lost. Learn the FAST warning signs. F- Face Drooping
A -Arm Weakness S -Speech Difficulty
T- Time to call 911.

Anyone can have a stroke, and everyone should be prepared.
It's a matter of knowing what to do, taking action and spreading the word.

Bladder control problems are an unfortunate reality—and sometimes an embarrassing issue—for many older men and women. Symptoms, ranging from mild urine leaks to chronic wetting, may happen occasionally or possibly multiple times a day. Learn what the common bladder control types in seniors are and how home in-home care can help.
Is it Time for Your Loved Ones to Leave Their Homes?

At this point, one of the biggest decisions families face is whether or not their loved one is still able to live at home. Families are often left wondering if it would be best for their loved one to move into a family member’s home, assisted living facility, or nursing home.