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  • Exercise for caregivers

    Posted 03/19/2019 by Fallon Health

    Neglecting your health can make caregiving even more difficult in the long run. Check out these suggestions for adding more exercise to your life, without expensive classes or a major time commitment.

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    Looking for the good after an unexpected diagnosis of rare dementia

    Posted 02/19/2019 by Fallon Health

    "There’s no way to be ready for some of the things life throws at you," says Margaret Doyle, who was diagnosed with an unusual variant of Alzheimer's disease at age 52. "There’s no treatment and no cure. We just have to figure out what we need to do to be prepared and fight it as much as possible."

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    5 ways to make long-distance caregiving easier

    Posted 02/05/2019 by Fallon Health

    Caregiving presents different challenges when you’re not able to be there in person, for whatever reason, to help your loved one.

    Michelle Malkoski, RN, has tips that can make long-distance caregiving a little easier for you—and help you ensure that your loved one gets the right support.

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    When adults receiving care feel like a burden

    Posted 01/22/2019 by Fallon Health

    Very often, older adults are aware of how difficult it is for those who are helping with their care. Many are upset about it, even if they can't or won't talk about it. And some, social worker Emily Lemire says, "freely use the word burden to describe themselves in relation to their caregivers." 

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    Importance of friendship as we age

    Posted 01/08/2019 by Fallon Health

    When you’re a caregiver, you know how helpful it is to have the support of your friends and how difficult it is if you don’t. The person you’re providing care for may feel the same way.

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