This past year, home caregivers in Plano and throughout Texas experienced firsthand how vital the role of technology is in the lives of older adults.
Perform an online search for the term “activities for seniors” and you’ll probably find a variety of crafts, games, memory stimulation puzzles, and of course,
COVID-19 cases in nursing homes and assisted living facilities have been devastating, as the virus spreads like wildfire through our most vulnerable population living together
Agitation is among the more difficult outcomes of Alzheimer’s, and may be frustrating for family members to help a senior loved one control. One of
“It takes a village” was never a more accurate statement than when taking care of an older loved one. It’s important for that “village” to
If you are among the 8% of Americans who actually accomplish their New Year’s resolution goals, well done! However, if you are like the majority
One of the most challenging obstacles for older adults is acknowledging the need for help with money management. Personal finances are both extremely personal and
The earliest signs can be so subtle that many people wouldn’t even recognize that anything is amiss. Mom is extroverted, friendly, and conversational when visiting