Safety is crucial for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Brain health is crucial after being diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
People with dementia and Alzheimer’s are not immune to other illnesses.
Though being a caregiver of a significant other with dementia can be stressful, there are ways to keep your relationship happy and healthy.
Caregivers can encourage children to engage in activities that their loved one can participate in, such as gardening, walking, baking, playing with pets, doing chores and playing games.
Wandering is a common symptom of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
There is no medication that can treat sundowning, but there are a few methods of prevention to keep your loved one a little more on track.
Brain and memory exercises can help keep your mind sharp despite your prognosis.
Like clock work, as the sun fades so does the mood of your loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. You aren’t alone. This is not an anomaly. It’s known as sundowners syndrome, and you can take steps to reduce it’s severity. Specifically, sundowner’s syndrome is the behavioral changes that occur in a person around dusk. It usually [...]
Creating a safe environment for a loved one with Alzheimer’s is critical, especially if you care for your loved one in your home. As your loved one moves through the stages of the Alzheimer’s Disease, the needs for heightened safety throughout the home. From the tool shed in the back yard to the hair straightener [...]