Caring for a Person with Memory Loss


Important Documents

Health care proxy, durable power of attorney, checklist, and wills.
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Legal & Financial Planning In New York State

Legal planning should begin soon after a diagnosis of dementia has been made. Future costs for medical and long-term home care are often the greatest concern for caregivers.
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Residential Care Options

Alzheimer's disease brings with it many tough choices for families. One that is often the most difficult is the decision to move the person with dementia from home into a nursing home or assisted living facility.
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Caregiver Tips

Here are some tips for caregivers to help things run more smoothly for you and your family.
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Home Care

Seventy percent of persons with Alzheimer's disease are cared for at home. Home care can be essential to provide personal care and give the family assistance and relief to continue to care for the patient.
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Late Stage Care

The late stage of Alzheimer's disease may last anywhere from several weeks to several years. Intensive, around-the-clock assistance is usually required.
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Early Stage Services

Here you can find information about Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other types of dementia.
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