As we spend more time indoors during the late winter and early spring months, it can feel isolating for seniors, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease.… Read More »Indoor Winter and Spring Activities for Seniors with Alzheimer’s Disease
Dementia affects seniors in various ways and at different rates. In some people, the condition advances rapidly; for others, dementia progresses more slowly. How long… Read More »How Long Can a Dementia Patient Live at Home?
Since dementia leads to disability and reliance on caregivers, it is important that loved ones identify the behavioral changes that result from the condition and understand how to best care for the senior.
When people reach their golden years, their bodies are not what they used to be, and neither are their brains. Seniors’ brains can shrink in… Read More »Good and Bad Foods for Seniors’ Brain Health
An aging parent who increasingly forgets or has problems with thinking may be showing symptoms of dementia. As an irreversible condition, dementia progresses slowly over… Read More »What to Do if You Think Your Parent Has Dementia