Dementia Communication Advice and Techniques

One of the most difficult aspects of having a loved one with dementia is not being able to communicate with them like you used to. You may find Mom is

Alzheimer’s Disease Warning Signs: What To Watch For

Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by memory loss that affect daily life and normal functioning. But how do you know if a loved one has Alzheimer’s or is just showing normal

Alzheimer’s Disease Info: Definitions and Symptoms

According to the CDC, Alzheimer’s disease is currently the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and the most common cause of dementia in seniors. Alzheimer’s is an

Senior Day Services and Adult Day Care

Does your parent or other loved one need more help at home than you can give? Do you need to take a lot of time off work to drive Mom

Care Costs: Home Care vs Assisted

There comes a time in life when individuals either desire socialization or simply aren’t safe living at home independently any longer. Seniors often find themselves lonely at home with no

Dementia Activities: Music and Memories

Alzheimer’s disease typically starts out with mild memory loss which increases over time. While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, there are things that you can do to help

Assisted Living: When To Move An Elderly Loved One

Being independent reminds each of us that we are self sufficient. Throughout our lives we do things out of habit and necessity, often overlooking why or how we do them.