Facts and Figures on Dementia
For the third year in a row, Healthline recogized DealingwithDementia as a top Alzheimer’s blog.
On average, nearly one in four women aged 45 to 64 are unpaid caregivers according to the 2015-16 American Time Use Survey released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nearly one in seven women 35 to 44 are serving in this role. Apparently, since early 2000 the number of prime age women began to decline after […]
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After we lose a loved one to any form of dementia, our advocacy role begins anew.
Dementia has taken our parents from us incrementally and cruelly*. We faced many hard decisions through the journey. The most notable legacy my parents left behind was adult children that could work together. We had to overcome a host of challenges as my parent’s health was declining. We are like many families, we’ve got baggage […]
If a parent or other loved one develops dementia, a risk that grows with age, finances can present a big problem. In fact, you may have to step in to make sure your mom or dad doesn’t rack up credit card debt or even go broke. That’s what happened to Kay Bransford, an author and […]