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Elder Care in Pennsylvania: Lewy body dementia (also knowns as dementia with Lewy bodies) is the third leading cause of dementia in the United States, and is often misdiagnosed as Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s due to the similarities in their presentation.

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Elder Care in Pennsylvania Science Daily reported on a study that directly links diabetes to Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia. This research is very useful in planning for elder care because the onset of diabetes occurs much earlier than any memory impairment from dementia. The Triple Threat – Obesity, Diabetes, and Alzheimer’s It…

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Elder Care in Pennsylvannia

Elder Care in Pennsylvania The Rolling Stones is an iconic band and Mick Jagger, lead singer, once says in a song, “What a drag it is getting old.” For those people who have become ‘old,’ it really isn’t so much of a drag. When people are younger, they sometimes see older individuals as those who…

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Elder Care in Pennsylvania

Physical therapy may be required for an elderly individual who has suffered a stroke, heart attack, has had surgery, broke their hip or other major bone in the body, or for a variety of other reasons. The individual might not require elderly care beyond the scope of physical therapy, but there are things you should consider with regard to physical therapy when it comes to your loved one.

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