Cognitive decline: How home care can help

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Felicia HortonSpecial to the Valley NewsAs families watch their loved ones age, they naturally become more attuned to the changes that come with the process. One of the most concerning issues is the possibility of memory and thinking problems. It can be challenging for the person to learn new things, concentrate or make decisions that affect their daily life. Unfortunately, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are the most common causes of cognitive impairment among older people. Families should be aware of the signs and symptoms of these conditions so that they can take the appropriate steps to help their loved ones maintain their quality of life.It’s common for older adults to experience a decline in cognitive abilities, leading to various challenges and difficulties. Fortuna
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