Kay H. Bransford

Strokes and Dementia

Strokes and Dementia

The link between strokes and dementia

My Ten Big Dementia Don’ts

Ten simple rules to be a better care partner to someone you love.

Be Mindful of Remaining a Spouse/Daughter/Son

Can you get better resources to help if you pay for them? When it comes to help with an aging parent, I think YES.

Navigating the Early Stages of Dementia

Navigating the Early Stages of Dementia

I feel that the early phases of dementia bring some of the hardest things to navigate. Things get lost, misplaced, or hidden really well, and it can be incredibly frustrating as well as humiliating to the person who is missing their phone, keys, purse, or wallet. With no short-term memory, it’s hard to rely on […]

Decisional Capacity and Short Term Memory Loss

Decisional Capacity and Short Term Memory Loss

Individuals with mild cognitive impairment can often still make solid decisions.

Caregiving or Enabling?

Caregiving or Enabling?

Is it possible that helping a loved one might actual be helping them maintain an unsafe living situation?

How to Fight Elder Fraud

How to Fight Elder Fraud

The High Cost of Elder Fraud – $36 Billion a Year and Most of it is being given away willingly.