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Vascular Dementia and Stroke Explained Vascular Dementia is the second most common form of dementia to affect seniors above the age of 65. It presents […]
What is Lewy Body Dementia Lewy Body Dementia is a form of progressive dementia that impacts an individual’s executive function, memory, cognition skills, spatial abilities […]
Introduction Dementia affects individuals on many levels. Memory loss, confusion, reduced coordination, and fatigue are the more common symptoms. One change that is equally important […]
A Difficult Conversation From receiving a diagnosis for a condition that requires and benefits from in-home care to actually implementing the use of a caregiver, […]
The Difference between Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alzheimer’s and dementia are often thought to mean the same thing, but they are actually different in meaning. Dementia describes […]
Introduction Managing dementia requires caregivers to take on a comprehensive and holistic approach. A care plan is determined by multiple factors ranging from the severity of […]
Lewy Body Dementia is considered the second most common type of dementia after Alzheimer’s. It is a complex condition in which protein deposits of a protein […]
One of the more challenging aspects of the holidays can be navigating visits between grandparents with Dementia and their grandchildren. According to the BBC, the Alzheimer’s […]
When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the ripple effect of this news influences multiple decisions and plans, in both the patients’ life and yours. […]
One of the most challenging tasks in taking care of a parent with Dementia is to convince them that they need home care. This makes it […]
this article refers that how you can manage agitation and confabulation in your parent, partner, patient, relative providing them with home care and caregiving.
This article offers key pointers to successfully plan to be an effective family based caregiver for a loved one with Dementia and Alzheimer’s
Introduction Parkinson’s is a complex progressive condition. Seniors with Parkinson’s retain their mental acuity and emotional sense far longer while losing physical control of their bodies. […]
Parkinson’s is one of the most complex conditions requiring in-home care. Due to the physically degenerative aspect of the disease, patients with Parkinson’s retain their mental […]
This article refers to the tips and caring plan for your loved one with Parkinson’s in order to gain long-term success and reduce stress for the patient and the caregiver.
With the holiday gift giving season in full swing, finding a gift for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or Alzheimer’s dementia can be challenging. Alzheimer’s dementia […]
Early-Onset vs Late-Onset Alzheimers Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition which affects over 6 millions American’s. Early-onset Alzheimer’s is diagnosed at an earlier age, typically in […]
Alzheimer’s Disease International or ADI is a collective of global Alzheimer’s associations. They are a non-profit organization that is dedicated to creating awareness for people living […]
this article provides information about you can handle Alzheimer’s in your parents and make yourself prepared for possible outcomes in the future.
Statistics support the idea that making caregiving decisions will be a commonplace occurrence for millions of Americans in the coming years. Factors like an aging population, […]
More than 46 million Americans today are over the age of 65. By 2040, 1 in 5 Americans will be age 65 or older. A definitively […]
Facts & Figures A stroke is an event that causes a disruption of either blood flow or oxygen supply to the brain. Strokes range from […]
Co-Authors: Annabelle Harris blogs at Elders Center and Gagan Bhalla at Care Mountain. Annabelle’s goal is to help seniors move gracefully into their golden years with […]
What is In Home Care? Home Care is when you or your loved one works with a professional caregiver to receive care in the comfort of […]
Live-in Care In-home care for seniors focuses on essential services. Concerns about safety, fall risk, cooking, cleaning, toileting, managing medication and visiting the doctor are priority […]
Regular Screening – The True Gift of Health As Father’s Day approaches, ads and media messaging everywhere are telling us that Dads might love this athletic […]
According to the American Cancer Society, over 1.9 million Americans were diagnosed with new cancer cases in 2021. Studies show that 1 in 2 women, and […]
As people age, their health changes, and declines in different ways. For an aging couple, one partner living with chronic conditions like diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, […]
Seeking Solutions In today’s busy lifestyle, the average adult has so many responsibilities. Juggling the endless work-life balance while trying to carve out time for your […]
Whether women work in the home or outside the home, they have a variety of equally important responsibilities. Professionally and personally, most women are constantly […]
This article takes an in-depth look at the model of live-in care, and the process and nuances of getting live in-care correctly set up and operational […]
This article refers to the best strategies to follow in order to provide your loved ones with successful live-in care.
This article offers key pointers to successfully plan for how to effectively hire an in home caregiver for your loved one
This article offers key pointers to successfully plan for a stroke patient’s care at home
Orthopedic surgery is used in the treatment of medical issues related to bones, ligaments, and tendons. Spinal procedures, along with hip and knee replacement surgeries are […]