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The Four A’s of Alzheimer’s Disease


Families and friends dealing with a loved one’s dementia often see the Four A’s of Alzheimer’s disease during their interactions. The behaviors presented through the Four A’s can at first, appear very confusing to us. But once we understand what is happening in our loved one’s brain that is causing these behaviors, we can begin...
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Where Are The Medicare/Medicaid Providers?


Publisher's Note: At Texas Seniors' Guides, we receive many calls from seniors having issues finding doctors that will take new medicare patients. We finally decided to write this in hopes that it can, at least, help some that are searching. This article has been updated with the latest list of doctors as posted on the...
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How to Sabotage Your Retirement Account


If you contribute to a 401(k) or other workplace retirement account, the balance you’ve built up is a tempting source of readily available cash. You can borrow from your account with favorable repayment terms. Under certain circumstances you can qualify for a hardship withdrawal. And when you switch jobs you can simply cash out your...
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Caring For a Loved-One Long Distance


The client’s services representative or administrator of the agency should be someone you can count on to keep you informed via email or phone regarding your loved one’s well being. That person should also be willing make frequent unannounced visits to make sure that everything is running smoothly. It is important to have meetings when...
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