Tips for Helping a Senior With Dementia Feel Less Restless
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
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.
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
Understanding How to Reduce the Effects of Chemo Brain
Confusion. Short-term memory problems. Lack of ability to concentrate. Could it be Alzheimer’s? Possibly; but if you’re a cancer survivor, there’s another likely culprit that
How Virtual Reality Helps Provide Care for Seniors with Dementia
Picture for a moment how it would feel to struggle with the cognitive complications of Alzheimer’s. The people who are closest to you are no
How to Properly Respond to Alzheimer’s Aggression
Out of the many difficult behaviors that come with the disease, Alzheimer’s aggression is perhaps the most complicated to manage. A loved one who has
How to Help the Elderly Regain Strength and Why It’s Necessary
As we’re finally easing our way out of the pandemic, we’re discovering more about how it has impacted older adults – both physically and emotionally.
Caring for Aging Parents: The Benefits of Family Therapy
There are certain milestones we might encounter in our lives that, though not necessarily negative, are known stressors. Losing a job. Starting a new job.
How To Prevent Depression in Seniors When You Live Far Away From Them
The fear and isolation brought on by COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the wellbeing of older adults, with nearly 50% of seniors surveyed in a
Is It Just Senior Forgetfulness – or Dementia?
You entirely forgot about the physician’s appointment scheduled for last Tuesday, misplaced your sunglasses for the umpteenth time, and can’t recall the name of the