A Day in the Life of Dementia

Making the Best Choice Medically for Mom & Dad

Making the Best Choice Medically for Mom & Dad

Making the right choice for a loved ones care can be difficult if we are thinking only with our hearts.

Managing Giving and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Managing Giving and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Simple ways to help someone with mild cognitive impairment manage charitable giving.

Memory Loss is Normal for Older Adults (FALSE) … so WHY get tested?

Memory Loss is Normal for Older Adults (FALSE) … so WHY get tested?

Getting tested for memory issues can lead to a host of benefits, including the return of your memory.

Just because I’m having trouble with my short-term memory doesn’t make it OK to exclude me from discussions about me

Just because I’m having trouble with my short-term memory doesn’t make it OK to exclude me from discussions about me

Don’t discount your loved ones ability.

What I Wish I Knew When Dementia was Diagnosed: Find Joy in the Journey (#3)

What I Wish I Knew When Dementia was Diagnosed: Find Joy in the Journey (#3)

Take time to enjoy your loved ones not just care for them

What I Wish I Knew When Dementia Was Diagnosed: The role of Palliative & Hospice Care (#2)

What I Wish I Knew When Dementia Was Diagnosed: The role of Palliative & Hospice Care (#2)

Hospice and palliative care offer comfort and they can serve someone diagnosed with dementia.

What I Wished I Knew When Dementia Was Diagnosed: Anosognosia(#1)

What I Wished I Knew When Dementia Was Diagnosed: Anosognosia(#1)

Your loved one with dementia may not be able to recognize that anything has changed with their thinking and behavior.