Alzcom Android App

Alzcom Calendar app This app requires that your device is running Android OS version 4.4.0 (KitKat) or higher. You can check this on your device by going to settings -> about tablet and look at Android version. We created this app because many of you were have difficulties setting up your android devices. The device would go to sleep. There...

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Alzcom App Install for Android Calendar

The app will show the data from first available calendar in the Android Calendar list. Tap the Settings gear icon in the top left corner and you will see the password screen. The default password is 0000. Now the settings screen shows and you can configure your device settings. The labels on the settings screen will show a hint when touched....

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Alzcom App Install for Alzcom Reminders

If your internet is available, you will see the Alzcom.com login page. Enter the email address and password for access to Alzcom.com. If the internet is not available you will see an error page. You will then get your unique reminder screen. Please wait for the registered message before hitting the setup icon in the upper left. The...

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Planning For The Future With Alzheimer’s, Legally & Financially

If your loved one is exhibiting the symptoms of cognitive decline—memory loss, lapses in judgment and difficulty recalling words—they may have an increased likelihood of developing dementia or Alzheimer’s. Now is the time, while they are still able to participate, to start planning for the future, legally and financially. Though the conversation may be difficult (who wants...

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How To Take A Caregiver’s Vacation

How To Take A Caregiver’s Vacation If you are a caregiver for a loved one with dementia, you may be tired, frazzled and depleted. You are in need of a vacation. But how to take one when you have such a weighty responsibility? To avoid burnout, you must take care of yourself, but it will take planning. There may...

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Alzheimer’s Behaviors and How To Manage Them – Part 2

People suffering from Alzheimer’s have some predictable behaviors and there are strategies to deal with those behaviors, making you feel less confused and more in control. In the second part of this two-part blog, we will discuss some of the behaviors and what you, as a caretaker, can do about them. Repeating themselves: Your loved one may do the...

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Alzheimer’s Behaviors and How To Manage Them – Part 1

Alzheimer’s Behaviors and How To Manage Them – Part 1 For a caregiver, the disease of Alzheimer’s may seem to have no rhyme or reason, a never-changing set of symptoms that not only make a stranger of your loved one but keep you off balance just trying to be ready to face whatever the day brings. Such caregiving is frustrating,...

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Choosing A Caregiver-Part 2

In our previous blog, we spoke about the importance of choosing the proper caregiver for your loved one afflicted with Alzheimer’s. After assessing the need of the person with dementia, gathering the information your search will require, and getting recommendations from trusted sources, it is time to take action and contact caregivers and care giving agencies. Compile a list:...

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Choosing A Caregiver-Part 1

Choosing A Caregiver-Part 1 If you are responsible for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, it can sometimes feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders. There is so much to know and do and not enough hours in the day. You may be trying to handle everything alone (not a good idea), shopping, cleaning,...

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Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s

​ We often think of Alzheimer’s as a disease that strikes only old people, but we are wrong in that assumption. Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s affects people under the age of 65, some even barely breaching middle age, and people affected can be in the early, middle or late stage of the disease when they are diagnosed. The majority of people with...

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