Kay H. Bransford
Yesterday was my son’s college graduation. As I drove up, I struggled to shake the feeling of loss that swept over me as I faced another big event without my parents. Since they both battled different forms of dementia, it is a blessing they are no longer on this earth, but how I miss them […]
I finally learned that my honesty was hurting my Mother with Dementia. Here are two things every family caregiver should know.
A wallet represents many things: empowerment, meaning, purpose. There are simple ways to help your loved one maintain those essential human needs.
As the primary family care partner for my Mom, I was often taking her to a variety of medical appointments. While both of the communities she lived in had visiting doctor’s, they usually were unable to see her in a timely manner or did not have the type of expertise needed. For instance, after a […]
The journey is tough on everyone. Be kind to yourself. Your loved one is lucky to have you even if every choice isn’t perfect.
Dealing with Dementia named a best blog for a fourth year in a row by Healthline. Encouraged.
When should someone move from their home to Assisted Living? No one answer is right for everyone.