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Managing Finances for a Loved One with Dementia
Handling a loved one’s finances can be a difficult task, particularly when they have been diagnosed with dementia. In fact, the inability to handle finances is often one of the first signs that a loved one has the disease. They might pay bills more than once, forget to pay bills entirely, give money away unexpectedly or have trouble balancing their checkbook. Dementia can also leave a loved one open to financial risk and abuse, which can make it even more important for us to familiarize ourselves with how best to protect them from these threats.Read More
5 Tips for Managing a Loved One’s Finances
It's not always easy talking to our loved ones about their personal finances, and it can be even more difficult to help them realize that it may be time to turn the reins over to us or another caregiver. Avoiding the conversation, though, can lead to unnecessary stress and unwarranted headaches later on, and can leave our loved ones open to financial exploitation. So how do we start the conversation? And what should we say?Read More
Understanding the Dangers of Medical Identity Theft
Identity theft is a worldwide phenomenon with very personal results to those who’ve been victimized by con artists and thieves. With our support, our loved ones need to be ever vigilant in guarding their personal, financial and medical identities.Read More
Nicolay, S. (2018, December 11). Why Music Therapy is a Powerful Tool for Individuals with Dementia. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/friends-and-family/caregiving/why-music-therapy-is-a-powerful-tool-for-individuals-with-dementia.
Primetica, B. (2018, November 13). Why an Action Plan Can Help You Manage Your Loved One's Dementia Care. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/friends-and-family/caregiving/why-an-action-plan-can-help-you-manage-your-loved-ones-dementia-care.