Important Questions to Ask Senior Loved Ones This Holiday Season
It has been quite some time since you’ve had the opportunity for a nice, long visit with Mom. Now that the holiday season is here,
New Research Looks at Alzheimer’s as a Possible Autoimmune Disorder
Discovering a cure for Alzheimer’s has grown to be as tangled as the tau threads long thought to be the core cause of the disease.
Improving Social Engagement for Introverted Seniors
Get ready…the holidays are here! While there are many people who thrive on the frenzied pace of parties and celebrations, there are others who cringe
How Can Hugs Keep Seniors Healthy?
Remember during the height of the pandemic, when social distancing was the norm and we needed to settle for virtual visits? One of the most
How to Use Food to Engage With a Person With Alzheimer’s
If there’s one thing that connects us all, it is food! Think about how many precious memories have been made through the years that included
A New Advancement in Cancer Treatment Has Incredible Results
Fall is the beginning to cold and flu season, which is also the time our immune systems get a workout. Fortunately, our natural immunity is
Senior Health Issues That Can Cause Changes in Mood
We all have bad days and good days, and we are all entitled to a little negative thinking or crankiness every once in a while.
Improve Senior Memory With These Simple Strategies
Remember mastering the order of the colors of the rainbow in elementary school? A lot of us were introduced to Roy G. Biv to learn
Keeping Your Relationship Intact While Caregiving for a Spouse
If you are in a successful, lasting relationship, you understand that it requires commitment, compromise, and sacrifice. The happiest relationships are the ones where both