Recent studies report that sleeping pills may be unhealthy for anyone to take on a regular basis, . but the ramifications are more serious for the elderly.
If a senior citizen is a shut-in, losing mobility or in assisted living, online courses are an excellent option to take on new educational opportunities.
In-home risks for seniors can cause serious injury. Understanding the challenges will allow caregivers to prevent some of the more common injuries.
There are some basic guidelines to help determine if you are exhibiting signs of normal aging, or you are seeing early Alzheimer's disease symptoms.
For the caregiver taking care of a loved one, not being able to communicate with someone who was always an integral part of life can be sad and frustrating.
If someone you love has dementia, choosing a gift may seem impossible. Here are some appropriate gift ideas for this holiday season.
Sometimes it can be a challenge to get Alzheimer's patients to take their required medications. Here are some tips to ease the stress.
Holidays can be difficult for those in assisted living.You may be wondering if it is advisable to bring them home for Thanksgiving dinner. We can help.
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.
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.