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Senior and Grandchild

Grandparent's Day is the ideal time to recognize and celebrate the special relationship between children and their grandparents.

For many families across America today, that unique relationship has been changed by a...

Senior Using Tablet

Providing for the daily needs of a loved one living with dementia can be an extremely challenging labor of love. In fact, being a dementia caregiver can often be mentally and physically exhausting – even hazardous to your own health. Therefore,...

Senior Using Tablet

As any dementia caregiver can tell you, caring for a loved one with dementia is an extremely difficult job, one that challenges both their physical and mental health – even under the best of circumstances. Now, in the midst of the coronavirus...

Seniors Wearing Masks

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, “social distancing” has become an all-too-familiar term in our vocabulary. Although designed to protect our more vulnerable older Americans from contracting the virus, social distancing can also cause...

March is National Nutrition Month and the ideal time for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia to learn ways to make their meals more appealing.

Dementia care authorities advise that...

Senior couple leaning on each other

Today, as more Americans live longer, an increasing number of married couples must cope with a spouse who is living with dementia. And while Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia are said to impact the entire family, the spouses in the...

2020 Celebration for Seniors

Now that the New Year has arrived, it’s the ideal time to think about resolutions that can pay long-term dividends for your health and well-being. 

Today, one of the most important health resolutions you can make is reducing your risk of...

senior woman standing next to a christmas tree

The holidays are a special time for the love of family and the spirit of giving. So when visiting your aging parent or parents this holiday season, place a special emphasis on how they look, act and feel.

This is particularly important if...

Senior and caregiver resting on each other's hand

For most of us, the holidays are a time for family and friends, good spirits and good food. However, for those living with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia, the holiday season also brings special concerns and...

Senior couple talking

As any devoted caregiver can tell you, coping with the realities of a senior loved one with dementia is fraught with emotional challenges. As a result of your loved one’s dementia – and through no fault of their own – there are times as...

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