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Advice From Alzheimer’s Caregivers To Keep Your Loved Ones Engaged, Active, And Happy

Caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease can lead to numerous stressful questions. You might wonder how you can keep them mentally and physically active without adding stress or creating potentially unsafe scenarios. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to coping with Alzheimer’s disease, the following three pieces of advice from Alzheimer’s caregivers can help you find tactics that will benefit both you and your loved one.

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U.S. Congress Approves the BOLD Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act

The Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act is the latest attempt by the federal government to address the growing health crisis that is Alzheimer’s disease. Currently, Alzheimer’s costs more to treat than any other disease in the country at an estimated $277 billion in 2018 alone, including $186 billion in Medicare and Medicaid costs.

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Spencer At Home Medication Dispenser

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When it comes to patient care, safety is a top priority, especially when they are taking multiple medications at home. Even with the diligence and expertise of doctors, pharmacists, and caretakers, there is always the risk that patients will miss taking their medication and caretakers or pharmacists will not know about it early enough.

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