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5th Nov

2016

The level of care you need to provide to someone with Alzheimer’s Disease depends on the stage of Alzheimer’s your loved one has. In early and middle stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s, simple, everyday tasks start to become more ...

29th Oct

2016

Alzheimer’s is an affliction that millions have. Despite how common it is, not all assisted living centers know how to deal with patients.  At Aloha Hab we pride ourselves on our best in class care for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s. If ...

12th Jun

2016

As much of the Baby Boomer generation approaches retirement age, the demand for skilled in-home dementia care is expected to rise dramatically in Hawaii and throughout the United States in general. Many people of this era are choosing to stay in their ...

29th May

2016

If you have recently noticed a change in behavior in an aging friend or relative, paying attention to these changes could be the key to getting an early diagnosis for Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Here are four symptoms to be on the ...

22nd May

2016

When older people develop dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, it is not uncommon for them to have problems controlling their emotions, particularly their anger. Depending on the severity of their condition and the treatment program they are receiving, ...

15th Aug

2015

When you learn that someone you love has been diagnosed with dementia it is truly devastating news. According to the Alzheimer’s Organization, 5.3 million people are living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. It is the only disease in the top ...

9th Jan

2015

Alzheimer’s and Dementia may sometimes be confused, as there are some similarities between the two diseases. However, if you are dealing with a family member with one of these afflictions, then it is important you are educated and understand the ...

18th Nov

2014

In the early stages of Alzheimer’s it is very common for a family member to take on the responsibility as caregiver of the parent or loved one requiring Hawaii Alzheimer’s care. Most of the time, the primary role is general support and providing ...

18th Nov

2014

Dealing with a loved one or parent that has Alzheimer’s is a very difficult situation and brings difficult decisions. The changes begin slowly at first, but as times passes, you can be faced with decisions much faster that you had originally planned. ...

26th Sep

2014

Many families with loved ones who suffer from dementia choose to move them into a Hawaii Alzheimer’s care facility as their condition progresses to a stage where specialized care is required. This is because people with dementia often have to deal with ...