Warren Wolfe

Fri
27
Sep

Lewy body experts to talk about often misdiagnosed dementia

Although it is the second most common type of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy body dementia often is misdiagnosed, sometimes leading to problems with treatment and care.

Tue
03
Sep

Research expert to talk about dementia treatment and prevention

Warren Wolfe

contributing writer

 

Tue
30
Jul

Specialist in long-term care problem solving to speak Aug. 8

A specialist in resolving complaints and care issues for people in nursing homes, memory care, assisted living facilities and other long-term care settings will speak at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

Tue
02
Jul

Series about memory care housing starts July 11 at Roseville Library

Among the biggest issues facing people with memory loss and their families is if — or when, or where — to move when their current housing no longer fits their needs.

Tue
04
Jun

Resource fair to showcase products and services for seniors and people with disabilities

Warren Wolfe

contributing writer

 

Tue
14
May

Elder law attorney offers tips on helping caregivers prepare for future issues

For caregivers helping older or frail relatives, preparing for future needs can be almost as stressful as providing day-to-day help with feeding, dressing, bathing, medications and loving socialization.

Tue
30
Apr

Reenergizing dementia caregivers topic of Roseville Library talk

Many caregivers for people with dementia at some point feel like they hit a wall — they want to stop, give up, throw in the towel.

Tue
09
Apr

Library program will look at life after a diagnosis of dementia

One of the toughest problems for families after a diagnosis of dementia is to figure out how to live a full life — both for the person with the diagnosis and for family members.

Tue
05
Mar

How to pay for long-term care

It’s a common misunderstanding — Medicare will pay for your long-term care if you become too frail to live on your own at home.

Tue
05
Mar

CPR, defibrillator training at Rosedale Center could save lives

When someone suffers a cardiac arrest, minutes may determine survival. That’s why the Roseville Fire Department and other first responders will be training all comers on March 8 and 9 at Rosedale Center.

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