Long-Term Care Planning and Alzheimer’s

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Explore:  Alzheimer's Elder Care

One of the most common reasons that families need long-term care is when their loved one receives a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Depending on the stage of the disease when it is diagnosed, the person could possibly remain in their home until family members or a home care-giver can no longer manage their loved one’s care, or they may need to be immediately placed in a care facility.

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