Communicating with seniors with Alzheimer’s, especially in the middle and later stages, can be a challenge – both for you and for the person with
Just for a second, close your eyes and imagine this: You’ve spent most of your life taking care of and assisting others – as a
A visit with Mom recently revealed a number of disturbing signs. Though she has always been up at the crack of dawn, now it’s difficult
Alzheimer’s is a complex condition that often presents overwhelming issues for those providing care. As the disease continues into later stages, those with Alzheimer’s become increasingly
Picture how it would feel to awaken in an unfamiliar location, not able to remember how you arrived there or even what your name is.
Music is more widely available than ever before, thanks to being able to carry smartphones or tablets everywhere we go. If you’re a caregiver for
“How on earth could you think that I have dementia? There is not a thing wrong with me!” If an aging loved one with dementia