Women Living with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

Early Onset Alzheimer's Affecting Women

Alzheimer’s is devastating! According to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly 7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to nearly 13 million. Alzheimer’s disease was the fifth-leading cause of death among people aged 65 and older in 2021.

The lifetime risk for Alzheimer’s in women at age 45 is twice as high for women as it is for men. Living with Alzheimer’s is never easy, but women face unique challenges due to their age and societal roles.

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10 Essential Tips for Self-Care for Caregivers

Being a caregiver is a demanding role that requires immense dedication, compassion, and sacrifice. While caring for others, it’s easy to overlook your own well-being. However, practicing self-care is crucial for caregivers to maintain their physical, emotional, and mental health. In this blog, we’ll explore 10 essential tips for caregivers to prioritize their own self-care.

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The Importance of Legal and Financial Planning for Caregivers

As a caregiver, your primary focus is on providing the best possible care for your loved one. However, amidst the daily responsibilities of caregiving, it’s easy to overlook crucial aspects such as legal and financial planning. In this blog, we’ll explore why legal and financial planning is essential for caregivers and how it can help

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