We have known for a long time that medication-related fall risk is a danger for seniors. 20 years ago, only a little over half of
What are your very first thoughts as soon as you wake up in the morning? Are you looking forward to what your day holds, or
Even as confusion and memory loss escalate during the late stages of dementia, there’s a remarkable and welcome reprieve that often occurs. Formerly termed “terminal
If there’s one particular positive after-effect associated with the pandemic, it’s been family caregiver support and appreciation. Managing work and home life has long been
The cool dampness of rich soil. The warmth of the sun. The delightful music of songbirds. Gardening has the ability to engage every one of
Finding activities that are fun and engaging for seniors with dementia tends to be a challenge. Add in vision impairment, and it could seem overwhelming.
It’s been over one year since the COVID-19 pandemic began; a year of fear, isolation, and loneliness for a great many older adults. Physical distancing