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Care & Share

monthly blog posts featuring advice, life hacks, and encouragement for those caring for a loved one with memory loss


Hospice is an important service and could be of great benefit to your family, but there are lots of misconceptions about hospice. So, let’s take a few minutes to clear up some common misconceptions.  Hospice is just for a person’s last days/hours of life. FALSE Hospice services will be suggested by your loved one’s physician... Read more »


Anxiety is a common issue for those with dementia. For those whose brain doesn’t function correctly, it’s hard to make sense of what is going on around you. This can easily lead to frustration and anxiety. What does anxiety look like? Repeated questions: When is my husband coming home? Where is my daughter? Who are... Read more »

Constipation and Hemorrhoids

Let’s talk about two potential health issues that are common for adults with dementia: constipation and hemorrhoids. File this one under the category of “things you wish you didn’t have to know so much about, but you do because you’re a caregiver.” Constipation Constipation is usually defined as having three or fewer bowel movements a... Read more »

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Subscribe to our monthly caregiver email, Caregiver Connection. At the first of each month, we’ll send you an email with a list of caregiver support groups and a Care & Share blog post.

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Support Groups

When you think “support groups,” you may think awkward, boring, sad, and scary. Our support groups are anything but! Join us for fun and informative caregiver support groups. Get your questions answered, learn, meet new friends, and have a great time. All are welcome.