Alzheimer's Disease and The
Final Arrangements Information Sheet
Elder Care and
Alzheimer's Disease, among all the things pressing in on
today's society, nothing is growing as fast. The phenomenon of
Elder Care and its main cause Alzheimer's Disease places tens of millions of adult
children directly in the difficult position of caring for the
very parents who cared for them.
Elder Care, unlike in decades past when
Elder Care was somewhat easier because geography and medicine had not yet
made Elder Care the more complicated and long term commitment it now is
The most important thing to
remember about Elder Care and Alzheimer's Disease, if you face such a task, is what many
professionals will assure you of, you're not alone. The Elder Care and
Alzheimer's Disease information and sources provided here are only the tip of the iceberg.
Much is being written about Alzheimer's Disease and Elder Care concerning
support for the growing number of children who
are beginning to tackle Alzheimer's Elder Care. This Elder Care guidance is coming on line everyday.
endeavor to stay abreast of Elder Care advice and hope you too will help by contacting us
if you find something worthwhile in your Elder Care efforts that you would like to
Elder Care and Alzheimer's in Your Family? Don't Panic!Links to More
Information on this Subject
Elder Care Information is Out
There to be Gathered. You Just Need to Know Where to Look. Click
the Topics about Elder Care Below and Begin the Gathering.
Since 1991, the Elder
Care Locator, a nationwide toll-free service, has helped older
adults and their caregivers find local services for seniors. The U.S.
Administration on Aging is now pleased to make part of this service
available on-line so that consumers can easily link to the information
and referral (I&R) services of their state and area agencies on
aging. These I&R programs can help you identify appropriate services
in the area where you or your family member resides.
[Click Logo Above to Go to
Elder Care Locator Site]
The Administration on Aging (AoA)
is the focal point and advocacy agency for older persons at the federal
level. AoA provides leadership, technical assistance and support to the
national aging network. It administers most OAA programs at the federal
level. These programs provide assistance to older persons and their
caregivers, as well as critical support services, such as nutrition and
transportation, for older persons at risk of being prematurely or
unnecessarily institutionalized. AoA also administers programs that
protect the rights of vulnerable and at-risk older persons and educates
them and their communities about the dangers of elder abuse and consumer
fraud. Other OAA programs offer older persons opportunities to enhance
their health and service their communities through employment and
[Click Logo Above to Go to AoA
You also may find the following Link helpful when investigating
Over Medication problems at Nursing Homes.
Spotting Over Medicating Problems in Nursing Homes