Planning Ahead for Legal Matters

Planning Ahead for Legal Matters

While it’s important for everyone to plan for the future. Legal plans are especially vital for a person diagnosed with dementia. Why plan ahead? Early planning allows the person with dementia to be involved and express his or her wishes for future care and decisions....
5 Stages of Alzheimer’s

5 Stages of Alzheimer’s

These 5 stages of Alzheimer’s can help you understand and prepare you for what to expect. Preclinical Alzheimer’s Usually identified only in research settings. You won’t notice symptoms during this stage. This stage of Alzheimer’s can last for...
9 Tips: The Art of Long Distance Caregiving

9 Tips: The Art of Long Distance Caregiving

Caregiving for someone in your own city or home who lives with Alzheimer’s is challenging enough. So how can you manage long-distance caregiving? Here are 9 points to ease your worries and help smoothe the long-distance caring journey. 1. Provide a Cell Phone. Plan on...
Impact of falls and Alzheimers Disease

Impact of falls and Alzheimers Disease

About 1 in every 4 seniors falls at least once a year. That’s even more common for people who have Alzheimer’s disease. Most of the time, people who fall aren’t hurt or only have minor problems that you can manage at home. If they’ve fallen and are awake but haven’t...
Memory Care Resources for Veterans

Memory Care Resources for Veterans

Receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be devastating for both seniors and their loved ones. Research is finding that veterans who experience TBIs and PTSD are at risk for cognitive problems later in life. As veterans who served in conflicts from World War II to the...