Posts from February, 2018

Obtaining Legal Guardianship to Manage the Care of an Elderly, Cognitively-impaired, or Otherwise Disabled Loved One

Elderly Care

When a loved one becomes cognitively-impaired, disabled, or elderly, it may become necessary to gain legal guardianship over that individual. This is often considered a highly necessary step in ensuring that you are able to appropriately manage the care of your loved one. The laws surrounding legal guardianship vary from state to state and the… Read More…

5 Signs It Is Time for Memory Care for Your Loved One with Dementia

“Dementia” is a general type of medical term that is used to describe a cognitive-based decline and other symptoms that interferes with an individual’s daily life. It originates with physical changes that occur within the brain. The most common symptom associated with this condition is memory loss. While Alzheimer’s disease is the most commonly diagnosed… Read More…

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