Dining out doesn’t have to be a nerve-wracking experience when your loved one has dementia; with careful planning, everyone can enjoy a relaxing time.
We all spend about one-third of our lives sleeping. That’s a lot of time and it goes to excellent use! Research shows that quality sleep is important for everyone. Sleep not only helps our bodies to rest and rejuvenate, but it also enables our brains to better learn and remember.
There are two types of in-home health care providers: companion caregivers and home health caregivers. The cost of hiring either type will depend on your location and the level of care needed.
Adult Day Care programs provide a safe, friendly environment that promotes cognitive stimulation, physical activity, and social interaction.
When your loved one clearly needs help, you have several different options to consider – including Day Programs, In-Home Care, and Assisted Living.
Many older adults refuse to admit they need help, despite struggling with everyday activities. Here are some strategies for overcoming this resistance.
How do you know when your aging loved one needs help? One way to answer this question is to pre-plan.