Can someone with dementia travel? The answer is generally yes. However, there are some steps you should consider in order to make the travel as easy on the dementia patient as possible - as well as to reduce your own stress and anxiety.
The answer is: Absolutely! We actually encourage it and we have a dedicated staff that is more than accommodating for overnight visitors
Don was born in Wisconsin, but was raised in Missouri. After high school he was drafted and served in the Army during the Korean War. After college he moved to Ohio and worked as a mechanical engineer designing power plants, where he met his wife, Sally.
Alzheimer's disease is the number one cause of dementia in the United States. November is set aside as National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month.
As people move into their senior years, life can get overwhelming. When seniors face uncertainty and change, depression is sometimes an unwelcome byproduct.
We find that as people age, they tend to be more reclusive and keep to themselves in their own homes and they miss out on that key socialization aspects that makes people happy.
Routine brings order and comfort to everyone's life, but a dementia patient can greatly benefit from an established daily care plan.
From assisted living to memory care, your loved one has a wide range of senior living options to choose from. Which is best for your family?
Now as we talk about couples living together, it is absolutely not uncommon to have couples move in and oftentimes what we find is one of the partners
If you are a senior and you take medications, traveling can get rather confusing. Here are some medication management tips to consider.