Tips for Managing Parents with Dementia
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.
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.
When should someone move from their home to Assisted Living? No one answer is right for everyone.
Changes in mood, thinking, and memory should be discussed with your primary care physician and diagnosed. It can benefit the individual as well as the care partners.
Small changes you make can mean a lot for you and your loved ones.