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Alzheimer's Stories That Matter
PREPARED PATIENT BLOG | March 14, 2014 | Marie Marley
The stories told by people with Alzheimer's can teach us a lot about their lives. They also help us find important topics to discuss when we visit, which can make our visits far more pleasant and meaningful to the person we're seeing...
How to Help a Young Caregiver
PREPARED PATIENT BLOG | November 4, 2013 | Tarah Knaresboro
I know a young woman who serves as the primary caregiver for her mother. Watching her put everything on hold to take the helm is both inspiring and heartbreaking. With her stamp of approval, here are ten tips for anyone out there trying to support a caregiver.
An Under-Recognized Danger for the Elderly: Delirium
PREPARED PATIENT BLOG | November 22, 2011 | Conversation Continues
Delirium and dementia are not synonymous, though in elderly hospitalized patients, delirium is often overlooked or dismissed as such. Here, Nora O'Brien-Suric and Susan Seliger discuss their parents' hospital experiences with delirium, which new research shows, has dangerous implications.