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April 1, 2020
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Pandemic brings challenges for dementia caregivers
Caring for someone living with Alzheimer's is stressful, and the COVID-19 crisis may bring unprecedented challenges — such as what to do if a caregiver becomes ill. We have resources to help caregivers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Home safety is important for a person living with Alzheimer's
People living with Alzheimer's or another dementia are at increased risk for injury or harm in certain areas of the home. Precautions can be taken to create a safe home environment and help maximize independence.
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Facing Alzheimer's may cause family conflict
Alzheimer's can bring out many strong emotions in families. As the disease progresses, caregiving issues may ignite or magnify conflicts. Our tips can help families cope with the situation together.
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