Enhance wellbeing and foster connection for those with dementia through the power of music with these activities.
Clients can often struggle to communicate for a variety of reasons. See how you can make sure you are effectively and patiently connecting with them.
Alzheimer’s disease can come with a lot of challenges for caregivers. See how to rise up to the challenge.
Convincing an aging loved one to accept professional care is never easy. Here are five ways to get even the most stubborn senior to reconsider.
Determining when aging parents need home care assistance is never easy. Here are five ways to ensure it's the right decision before approaching yours about the topic.
Finding ways to stimulate your aging loved ones isn't always easy. Making a memory box, playing games and family activities are a few ways to improve your senior's cognitive health.
If you're trying to keep your senior loved one mentally active, here are some fun, brain-health-boosting activities that seniors will no doubt enjoy.
If you’re an informal caregiver for a senior with dementia once they start to wander it creates unique safety challenges. Here are some wandering prevention tips so you can sleep better at night knowing that your loved one is safe.
If you’re an informal caregiver for an elderly loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s, then you understand how their behavior can sometimes turn on a dime. They could have a clinical condition that’s called Sundowner’s Syndrome, or “sundowning” for short. Trying to understand and manage Sundowner’s Syndrome can be challenging and stressful, but it is possible when taking these steps.
If you’re currently serving as a caregiver for an aging in place elderly parent, you’re not alone. And thanks to the technological age we live in, there are more high-tech gadgets and gizmos available than ever before to assist your caregiving efforts. Here are 5 innovative ways that modern technology can help you care for an elderly parent.