How to Provide Memory Loss Care at HomeAccording to John Hopkins Medicine, the majority of the 5.8 million people in the United States living with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia will live in their own homes during their illness. Some patients receive memory loss care at home by a skilled nurse or other professional caregivers. Others will be taken care of by their own family members.
August 15, 2023
Finding New Purpose: How to Avoid Depression After RetirementRetirement is a time full of big changes – from a new home to new friends, hobbies and a new, perhaps slower, pace of daily life. For some older adults, all these changes can cause them to feel like they are losing themselves, leading to depression after retirement.
July 30, 2023
Talking to Aging Parents About Assisted Living: How to Open the ConversationFor an adult child, it can be hard to see your parents getting older. Maybe they’re struggling to keep up with daily tasks, such as grocery shopping, housework or driving. Maybe they’re experiencing new or progressing health concerns or are having issues with their memory. If you feel your parents would benefit from receiving more support than you are able to give them, it may be time to bring
July 28, 2023