How Can I Help My Family Member Through Short-Term Rehab

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Be supportive when your family member goes through short-term rehab and you will find the outcomes are more positive on everyone. Here’s How.

When your parent/family member has a set back from an injury or illness that limits their ability to complete their everyday task a physician in a hospital may recommend short-term rehabilitation.  Be supportive and positive about the initiative.  What once was easy to do on a daily basis now seems almost impossible.  There is often … Continued


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5 Tips for Dementia Caregivers

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Learn How to Empower Caregivers & Patients With Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease. For more on this topic, please reach out to BayWoods of Annapolis.

With over 5 million people in the US with Alzheimer’s and/or dementia, more and more families are tasked with caring for a loved one who suffers from these tragic diseases.  A long-term continuing care retirement community (CCRC) can be of great assistance, but it’s also important to educate and empower the family and loved ones.  … Continued


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3 Tips for Living in The Sandwich Generation

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Read our post about the benefits for mind, body, and soul from community living at BayWoods of Annapolis.

If you are between the ages of 40-59, you are likely feeling the push and pull of the so-called Sandwich Generation.  What is the Sandwich Generation?  It’s when you are caring for aging parents, trying to launch children, and potentially provide care for grandchildren; needless to say, it can be stressful.  Splitting your time and … Continued


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