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    Technology to help you with caregiving

    Posted 06/25/2019 by Fallon Health

    The correct technology can help make caregiving more manageable. But with so much available, it can be difficult to know where to begin.

    Consider these caregiving technologies your starting point.

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    How to use music to help a loved one with dementia

    Posted 06/11/2019 by Fallon Health

    Music can be a powerful tool for those taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. Try these tips for using it to reduce agitation and anxiety, increase lucidity and enable your loved one to communicate with you more clearly for a short period.

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    How caregivers benefit from mindfulness

    Posted 05/21/2019 by Fallon Health

    Caregiving can make you feel like you’re on autopilot; you just get done what needs to be done, with no time for yourself. Practicing mindfulness may help you find new ways to appreciate your surroundings—even under difficult circumstances—and provide you with health benefits at the same time.

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    Reconnect to someone with dementia through the power of music

    Posted 04/23/2019 by Fallon Health

    As a caregiver, you can take advantage of the power of music to help your loved one generate more enthusiasm for life or a sense of calm. Music’s effects don’t last forever, but you may find that it can “light up” your loved one for a little while. 

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  • What to do when your loved one needs additional care

    Posted 04/10/2019 by Fallon Health

    The signs are all there. Your loved one needs more care. What's the best way to bring up the subject? Diane Paseos, a Fallon Health social worker, has some recommendations to help you get started.   

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