While everyone has their little quirks, taking note of changing behaviors is the best way to identify that your aging parent may be struggling.
As we age, many experience memory loss. Most assume this is inevitable, but there are ways that you can fight to keep your memory intact.
In addition to providing for daily physical needs, adult communities work to maintain memory care benefits such as dignity, self-esteem and quality of life.
In this blog we take a look at Alzheimer's disease dangers that may exist in the home, and how to keep your loved ones safe.
A dementia patient may not be able to participate in the decision regarding memory care facilities, nor really understand what is happening to them.
Alzheimer's disease is a scourge upon our elder population. If you or a loved one have concerns, early detection of dementia is key.
As you or your loved one ages, there are new challenges you will face concerning safety. Keep these simple tips in mind to keep everyone safe.
We are tied to music in many ways, and therefore it makes sense that songs provide emotional and physical benefits to our bodies as we age.
Those involved in caregiving may also have a job, children in the home, or other responsibilities which must also be given attention.
If you have a senior loved one in your life, you know that hearing loss is not only a physical issue, but can become an emotional one.