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Dementia and Intimacy

According to the National Institute of Health, it is estimated that “more than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease”, and that number is expected to grow along with America’s aging population.  While there are many questions raised with our increasing life span and aging population, one of the more complex issues centers on dementia and … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day

While there are many gifts a father may enjoy, AgingCare suggests the simple give of “attentive listening” May be the best gift of all, especially if father (or grandfather)  is in a residential care situation with limited space for items. Rosen & Spears sends a grateful tiding to father’s everywhere, and our heartfelt condolence to any for … Continue reading

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Caring for our Elders

Life expectancy in the USA rose in 2012 to 78.8 years.  This is wonderful news for many, but also brings about the prospect that many of us are, or will be, caring for aging loved ones.  By 2030, there will be about 72.1 million older persons, more than twice their number in 2000. A new … Continue reading

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Decreasing Stress: April is Stress Awareness Month

We are continually finding out more about the harmful effects stress has on our health and well-being, and the many benefits of decreasing stress. Anytime is a good time to work on decreasing stress, and April is the designated “Stress Awareness Month”. Rosen & Spears, medical malpractice and nursing home abuse attorneys, understand the tremendous … Continue reading

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Trucking Accidents – Who can be sued?

There are often a number of potential defendants in a case involving a commercial truck accident.   Under the law, the trucking company is responsible for the actions of its drivers who are negligent or reckless in the course and scope of their employment. the driver in most cases will also be sued. If the … Continue reading

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Is it dementia, or could it be something else?

  There are dozens of causes of dementia-like symptoms. Simple and treatable conditions may advance quickly in elders, and may cause symptoms that can be confused with dementia, such as: Normal pressure hydrocephalus (a gradual buildup of spinal fluid in the brain). Interactions of medications. Depression or another mental health disorder. Urinary tract infections. Thyroid disease. Vitamin … Continue reading

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