It's No Small Matter: The High Cost of Dementia

Millions of Americans each year choose to care for a loved one with dementia at home instead of using a senior living community. But the amount of time and money it takes to go this route can really add up. More than you might think. Discover the real costs, both emotionally and financially, of handling dementia care yourself. 

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