Having helped many families with loved ones suffering from dementia, we’re happy to provide you with these tips on how you can create dementia-friendly holidays and celebrations for you, your family, and your loved ones.
Every family has its unique dynamics. When a family member is diagnosed with dementia, a family’s relationships and roles with one another usually begin to shift. Navigating these changing family dynamics can bring a family closer or drive them farther apart.
Here are several proven ways to help prevent cognitive decline or, at the very least, slow its progression. As a family caregiver, these brain-training tips may hold the key to preserving your senior’s cognitive health for many years to come.
Like everybody else, adults aged 65+ need plenty of exercises every week to stay fit and healthy. What follows are six low-intensity exercises that should help keep your aging loved one happier, healthier, and more active for many years to come.
Protecting yourself or an aging loved one from illegal activity requires advanced knowledge of scammers’ tactics. What follows are several common financial schemes that often fool seniors, along with tips for keeping you or that special senior in your life from becoming the victim of financial abuse.