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Whether you care for an aging loved one or are an older adult yourself, at ABC Care Management we promote safety and security, dignity and independence. We look at the whole person, assessing strengths and areas where help might be needed. Taking into account your budget, personal preferences and other resources, we help you develop a plan that works for everyone involved.

Strategies for better aging

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD)

This is World FTD Awareness Week. People with FTD often exhibit sudden changes in behavior or personality. FTD is frequently misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease, depression, or some psychiatric disorder. It is the most common form of dementia for people under 65 (early-onset dementia).

Caring as a stepfamily

National Stepfamily Day falls in September. To honor these special families, we are featuring an article about working with stepsiblings. It could be that you have hardly met your “brothers and sisters,” yet you may be called upon to work together in an eldercare crisis.