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.
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?
Because a dementia patient has specific needs and may get confused, being prepared and flexible is the best way to have a great day trip.
A senior citizen may experience stress and anxiety, especially if they are in early stages of dementia. Here are 5 ways to help them to manage stress.
One of the best ways to help a loved one to combat dementia is to involve them in engaging activities that stimulate interaction.
Your brain functions at its best when you feed yourself with healthy foods. Here are some delicious foods to eat every day to combat the onset of dementia.