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Sparking Creativity: How to Stay Connected Even When Aging or Dealing with Dementia

Sparking Creativity: How to Stay Connected Even When Aging or Dealing with Dementia

Are you or a loved one struggling to stay connected while dealing with aging challenges or cognitive decline?

It’s important to stay connected to the people and activities that bring us joy – no matter our age. At Long Term Liaisons, we help aging adults explore creative activities as a way to build meaningful relationships, even if they are facing memory loss or dementia.

Find out how we can help provide support and guidance for staying connected, even when facing the challenges of aging.

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Just What Martha Needed

Just What Martha Needed

After a recent fall and stint in a rehabilitation facility, Martha is feeling great and ready for summer. Despite dislocating her knee and pulling muscles in her leg, she’s lucky to be safe and healthy. Although she won’t be rushing down the stairs anytime soon, she’s looking forward to enjoying the weather and activities in her community. However, Martha’s family is busy with their own lives, leaving her to do things alone.

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Partnering in the Care of a Stroke Survivor Provides Holistic Support

Partnering in the Care of a Stroke Survivor Provides Holistic Support

After a stroke, life can become overwhelming, with endless medical appointments, prescriptions, and physical therapy. As a result, many stroke survivors and their families struggle to navigate the complexities of the healthcare system on their own. This is where an Aging Life Care Manager can help. An Aging Life Care Manager provides comprehensive care management services, which include assessing the patient’s needs, developing a care plan, coordinating medical appointments, and advocating for the stroke survivor and their family. With the support of an Aging Life Care Manager, stroke survivors and their families can focus on what matters most – healing and recovery.

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Amy Hane, MSW, LMSW, C-ASWCM: A Professional Team to Support Aging Persons and Their Families in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA)

Amy Hane, MSW, LMSW, C-ASWCM: A Professional Team to Support Aging Persons and Their Families in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA)

What types of challenges do you help solve for families? “Our team encounters new challenges every day. We have not met anything too large or too small to help solve. Long Term Liaisons is a multi-disciplinary team that can focus on all aspects of planning care for an aging parent or loved one. Some of the most complex needs we assist with are aging persons with cognitive decline and substance abuse issues. These two challenges do not work well together so we have the skills to help manage these situations. We have helped families navigate when they felt completely overwhelmed or like it was hopeless. We bring hope to the table!”

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Understanding Caregiver Stress: Tips and Strategies for Coping

Understanding Caregiver Stress: Tips and Strategies for Coping

Taking care of a loved one can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be incredibly stressful. As a caregiver, you may feel guilty, frustrated, and overwhelmed by the demands of the job. It’s important to acknowledge those feelings and take steps to manage stress and prevent burnout. Find out how to identify where caregiver stress is coming from and learn practical coping strategies to help you navigate this challenging role.

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Is it My Heart or Am I Aging?

Is it My Heart or Am I Aging?

There are changes that can happen to our hearts as a normal part of aging. However, certain factors associated with heart conditions that may be due to or worsened by modifiable factors, leading to heart disease. The good news is there are things you can do to delay, lower, avoid, or even reverse your risk.

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Sandwich Generation Care is Fluid

Sandwich Generation Care is Fluid

More than 11 million Americans are caring for an adult family member due to health or disability needs, while having the responsibility of caring for children at home. Caring for an aging parent, and and raising children can both be stressful and energy draining on their own, but when you’re in the middle of doing both, it can feel impossible to manage everything. Learn how we helped Sandy and her family find their happy medium.

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