Wandering. Pacing. Fidgeting. When you start to notice these warning signs in a senior with dementia, it’s time to take action before they escalate to
People around you may be resolving to lose 10 pounds, exercise more, and eat healthier, but as a caregiver for someone with dementia, perhaps just
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.
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
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.
Are you finding the need to turn the television up louder for a senior you love? Speaking more loudly? Repeating things the senior loved one
“You can make it, but it’s easier if you don’t have to do it alone.” – Betty Ford We all know that no person is
Trusting someone you love to the care of somebody else is never easy, especially for an older family member. Whether at home or in a