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Scharf, Lauri. (2020, December 15). Restoring Peace and Happiness to Your Holidays Despite Covid Challenges. Guideposts. https://www.guideposts.org/caregiving/family-caregiving

Communicating with Your Loved One: Strategies for Care Partners Impacted by Dementia

As an individual goes through their journey with dementia, there are changes that can impact their comprehension and expression. These changes in communication can often cause frustration among care partners. This webinar will share information about the changes some individuals with dementia may experience in communication, and will offer strategies and tips for families to communicate more effectively with a loved one with dementia.

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By Jennifer Brush | 04/13/2021

Aging in Place

What’s the best way to successfully age in place? This webinar will review ESOP’s newest homeownership workshop: “Aging in Place: Know Your Housing Options.” We’ll discuss how you can assess your loved one’s home for safety, accessibility and affordability; how your loved one can use their home equity to keep their home; ways to explore the many housing options available to your loved one; additional benefits; and legal and tax issues. We’ll also share an overview of Ohio’s first nonprofit real estate agency, and the many services offered to help both first time homebuyers purchase their first home and older adults transition out of their last homes.

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By Sonya Edwards | 04/08/2021

My Mother's Caregiver: Here to Serve

Writer and photographer Mark A. Lee joins us for a guest blog, highlighting his current role as his mother's caregiver and excerpting his upcoming book on his past experiences caregiving for his father, "Raising Dad"

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By Mark A. Lee | 03/15/2021

Navigating the Different Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease as a Caregiver

Alzheimer's Disease develops over time, causing changes in the brain that affect a person's memory, thinking and behavior. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's Disease, and 16 million Americans serve as unpaid caregivers to loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementias. With every change to a loved one’s health as the disease progresses over time, these 16 million caregivers are along for the journey right there with their loved one.

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By Julie Hayes | 03/15/2021