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  • What to do when your loved one needs additional care

    Posted 04/10/2019 by Fallon Health

    The signs are all there. Your loved one needs more care. What's the best way to bring up the subject? Diane Paseos, a Fallon Health social worker, has some recommendations to help you get started.   

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  • Exercise for caregivers

    Posted 03/19/2019 by Fallon Health

    Neglecting your health can make caregiving even more difficult in the long run. Check out these suggestions for adding more exercise to your life, without expensive classes or a major time commitment.

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    Importance of friendship as we age

    Posted 01/08/2019 by Fallon Health

    When you’re a caregiver, you know how helpful it is to have the support of your friends and how difficult it is if you don’t. The person you’re providing care for may feel the same way.

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    What to do when your loved one resists plans and help

    Posted 11/13/2018 by Fallon Health

    There are many sources of caregiver stress. But there's one that may take you by surprise—your loved one’s resistance to the help you offer. Emily Lemire, a social work manager at Fallon Health, explains where your loved one's feelings may be coming from and how you can deal with them.

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    A caregiver perspective on recognizing dementia and building a support circle

    Posted 11/06/2018 by Fallon Health

    Seeing signs of dementia in a loved one can bring up emotions ranging from denial and confusion to anger and fear. In this post about her journey as a caregiver, Lisa Marrone describes her initial response to changes in her mother's behavior and how important it is to look for support after a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.

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