Age-related health issues can challenge our ability to reside independently in our homes and manage regular household tasks. Issues can include loss of mobility with aging or cognitive degeneration from the onset of
Alzheimer’s disease can trigger changes in your loved one’s vision, such as color perception, peripheral vision, motion detection, and depth perception. Getting annual Alzheimer eye tests will help you detect and
Dementia denotes a group of symptoms which affect memory, thoughts, and communication. Dementia typically impacts older adults and occurs due to damaged brain cells that are not able to communicate effectively with each other.
A caregiver's role entails limitless energy, tireless empathy and resolute commitment for those in need of constant, monitored care. As we all can understand, regardless of how much you appreciate a job, everyone looks forward to some free time from their round-th [...]
Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult for both, patients and their loved ones. Alzheimer's patients need to be handled with patience and compassion, in the comforts of their homes. However, the home environment which was once safe for them may become dangerou [...]
Caring for caregivers plays a vital role in long-term caregiving. Being a family caregiver to a senior loved one may often feel fulfilling, but over time, it can also become physically and emotionally challenging and isolating. Caring for your fa [...]