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ElderKind – Page 64 – The Senior Caregiver's Network

The Epidemic Called Alzheimer’s Disease

According to Changing The Trajectory of Alzheimer’s Disease: A National Imperative the cost of caring for AD victims will cost American society over 20 trillion dollars.

Right now there are 24 million people suffering from AD across the globe. At current rates that number will double in 20 years. And then double again.

It’s a horrible disease without a cure. Please, urge your member of Congress to take action now. Fund research. Help find a cure.

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What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

What is Alzheimer’s Disease? Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a type of dementia that mostly affects the elderly. This serious brain disorder seriously impacts an individual’s ability to function day to day.

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Medical Alert Systems for Seniors

Finding The Best Senior Medical Alert System.

How to choose the best medical alert / alarm monitoring service for your elderly loved ones. Don’t buy an alert button / pendant or monitor before you read these important tips.

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Nursing Homes: A Place to Live

Nursing homes and senior care facilities continue to progress from being a place to go to die to a place where the elderly can live better lives. Quality of life in institutions for the aging will only continue to improve if we increase efforts.

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Elder Care and Bankers

Bankers Offer Elder Care? Should you trust your banker to provide eldercare services too? Banks are offering elder care services to help aging clients. Can you trust them? The term “banker” is used broadly to cover local banks, trust companies, brokers and advisers. Some institutions, like trust companies, take their fiduciary responsibilities seriously – it’s […]

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