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If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, if you are currently a caregiver, if you have a family history of Alzheimer’s or dementia, or if you are generally concerned about your risk for developing this disease, then our guide is for you. 

If You Are Concerned About Alzheimer’s Disease, Please Know that You Are Not Alone. We’re Here to Help.

Request your free guide to Alzheimer’s Care to learn:

  • Care options for an individual with Alzheimer’s Disease
    • The options available to a family caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s are numerous and dependent on personal circumstances, overall costs, and other resources available to you and your family. This guide provides key insight into the services and programs available to help you make sense of it all. 
  • The stages and progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
    • While starting out in a mild form (which includes general forgetfulness), Alzheimer’s can quickly progress to stages in which memory deteriorates rapidly and simple tasks and communication become nearly impossible. Our guide details these stages and outlines what to expect to help you navigate a recent diagnosis in your family. 
  • Common concerns when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease
    • There are many issues that family caregivers have to contend with including sundowning (increased confusion as the day progresses), general agitation, and increased communication issues. Our guide discusses these issues and presents methods and strategies for best coping with these difficult situations. 
  • Legal steps you should consider
    • Unfortunately, due to the nature of this disease, families must plan for a time when their loved one is unable to care for themselves. There are many aspects to planning that must be taken into account. This guide provides a thorough discussion of the legal steps necessary to protect your loved one with Alzheimer’s, their assets, and their family.

To anyone living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia: If you need help and don't know where to turn, please call The Alzheimer's Planning Center at Carolina Family Estate Planning at 919-443-3035 or schedule your free case assessment today

Jackie Bedard
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Attorney, Author, and Founder of Carolina Family Estate Planning