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CaringTube™ - Videos on Alzheimer's Caregiving

Welcome to our currently featured Editors’ Picks of videos on Alzheimer’s caregiving!
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NIHSeniorHealth: Videos on Senior Health, Medical and Wellness Topics

A collection of multiple videos on over 36 different medical conditions and related topics, presented by the National Institutes of Health, SeniorHealth Website.

This is an excellent resource for basic information on most common medical conditions faced by seniors, as well as on wellness topics, such as proper diet, exercise, sleep and aging, taking medicines, and talking with your doctor.

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Pet Therapy Helps Seniors

Being in the presence of pets has been shown to promote physical and emotional health. Video from 5min.com (5 min Life Videopedia)»

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A Helpful Caregiving Video Site

A free web resource containing instructional videos on a comprehensive array of subjects for caregivers, produced by Terra Nova Films of Chicago, Illinois, with an advisory panel including representatives from the Family Caregiver Alliance, the U.S. Administration on Aging, the Alzheimer’s Association, and other organizations. Includes a substantial number of videos on Alzheimer’s caregiving, as well as many other subjects.

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CaringTube™ Editors’ Picks: Videos on Alzheimer’s Caregiving

For caregivers of elderly loved ones with Alzheimer’s, we suggest the following series of videos on Alzheimer’s caregiving, produced by LifeView Resources:

The Family Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease: Volume 1 Understanding Alzheimer’s from LifeView Resources on Vimeo.

The Family Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease: Volume 2 Behavior Issues from LifeView Resources on Vimeo.

The Family Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease: Volume 3 Daily Life from LifeView Resources on Vimeo.

The Family Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease: Volume 4 Family Caregiving from LifeView Resources on Vimeo.

The Family Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease: Volume 5 Transitions from LifeView Resources on Vimeo.

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