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How to Eliminate Home Safety Hazards

For caregivers tending to older adults and adults living with dementia or Alzheimer’s, taking measures to ensure safety at home is an important. A few of the most common accidents involving elderly adults are falls, burns, and poisonings. From having emergency numbers...

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Our Community of Caregivers

Coleman Adult Day Services understands the stress and challenges that come with caring for an adult with Alzheimer’s, dementia or a developmental disorder. We offer caregivers and family members many forms of support to feel confident about the quality of care they...

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Activities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

It’s important to have plans for leisure and recreation activities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Not only do these help keep them physically fit, they also encourage socializing and help them develop cognitive abilities. Since most...

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Adult Day Care for Dementia and Developmental Disorders

Is it time for Adult Day Care?It is not easy to admit that caring for your loved one may be becoming difficult or stressful. As a caregiver, you are trying to process their changing needs and provide appropriate and loving care for them, all while managing the other...

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Why Choose an Adult Day Care That Offers Therapies?

You are your loved one’s caregiver, which also means you’re their advocate. Having a place where they are safe and taken care of during the day while you’re at work or handling other responsibilities is important, but only a part of the solution for providing the...

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What is Sundowner’s Syndrome?

Sunset is often seen as an occasion to celebrate, reflect on our day, spend time with family and unwind. But for those with dementia, sunset can mean a time of increased confusion, frustration and agitation. Also known as “late-day confusion,” Sundowning is a symptom...

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When Caregivers Need Help

The often prolonged and overwhelming stress of caregiving can lead to caregiver burnout – a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion. Without physical and emotional support, the stress of being a caring for a loved one can leave individuals vulnerable to a...

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