Education

We believe that the more you know, the better prepared you will be for an upcoming lifestyle change or sudden illness or even death of a loved one. Therefore, we have provided the following educational materials for you and your family as links. As always, it is best to consult a professional when making life decisions, we hope these materials help you as you prepare to speak with a health, legal or mental health professional:

DEMENTIA:

Verbal Communication Techniques

Suggestions on hiring an aide

Strategies for managing stress

Signs of decline in elderly – May require intervention

Progression of Alzheimers disease 

Is it time to consider other care options for your relative?

Caregiving Tips

Caregiver stress – symptoms and causes

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VETERANS AID AND ATTENDANCE

Contact your local Veteran’s Affairs Office at:  517-887-4337

Aid and Attendance Explained (Link Coming)

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ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION

alz.org/mglc

Hotline:  800-272-3900

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