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.
A new study sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association is revealing some surprising results in how dementia may present differently in Hispanics. While further exploration is
As our parents grow older, it’s not always easy to know what our role as adult children should be. We want what’s best for them
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
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
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.
Primary caregivers for anyone with Alzheimer’s disease are frequently all too acquainted with the complications experienced in trying to take a quiet moment or two
“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” – Dr. Seuss Memories are what bind together our past