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Articles from Category: Elderly Care in Sacramento CA

Forum on Alzheimer’s Research and Early Detection

The Alzheimer’s Association, in collaboration with Congresswoman Doris Matsui, hosted a forum called “What’s New in Alzheimer’s Research and Early Detection” last Thursday, September 5th in Sacramento. Attendees, including ApexCare, learned about the exciting new developments in Alzheimer’s research, of which there are many. We also received an update on the work that California is […]
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How Can You Help Your Senior Recover after a Hospital Stay?

Coming home after a hospital stay is sometimes a little scary for your aging adult. Some of these tips can help her to feel more secure and readjust to being at home.     Keep up with Follow-up Instructions Your senior’s doctor will most likely give you a set of instructions for follow-up care upon […]
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3 out of 4 Seniors Want to Age at Home – Is It Always Possible?

Home Health Care in Sacramento CA: The 2015 United States of Aging Survey found that 3 out of 4 seniors want to remain at home for the rest of their lives. More than half have lived in the same place for two decades or longer.
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How to Handle Paranoid Elderly Relatives

Elderly Care in Sacramento CA: Dementia can trigger a range of moods in elderly relatives, from fear and sadness to confusion and anger. Paranoia is one thing that family caregivers discover is quite common with their elderly relatives that have early to middle stages of dementia.
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