Category Archives: Blog

Tech Devices Provide Senior Care and Needed Caregiver Support

Caregiver burnout, stress, and constant senior care monitoring can take its toll on families. However, innovative tech devices, like wearable technology and smartphone apps are making a positive impact on quality in-home care.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   34 Million American Caregivers Provide Unpaid Senior Care Did you know that over 34 million Americans […]...

5 Essential Self-Care Tips for Family Caregivers

Your loved one’s care shouldn’t come at the expense of your own. However, it’s a truth that’s easier said than done. When someone you love is ailing, it’s incredibly difficult to focus on yourself — even if you can find the time, it’s hard to escape the guilt. But if you want to be an […]...

4 Early Signs Of Dementia Caregivers Need To Know

Dementia can be challenging for caregivers. Knowing the early signs of dementia can be even more difficult. The importance of early diagnosis allows families to plan and could potentially help slow progression of the disease in some cases.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease Facts Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading […]...

8 Must Read Alzheimer’s Blogs for 2018

Alzheimer’s disease affects over five million Americans. It is a brain disease that can impact a person at any age, especially those 65 and over. The disease progression can be slow or fast, and the impact it has on families can be difficult. The most important aspect behind Alzheimer’s disease is that you are not […]...

Aging Parents? 12 Senior Care Questions To Ask

Questions will come up when aging parents reach that moment when senior care may be needed. The better you understand senior care and what’s needed and involved, the better prepared you will be to make an informed decision for your aging parents. Some common senior care questions include: How will my aging parents react to […]...

Top 4 Alzheimer’s Memory Tests for Your Loved Ones

Has your loved one taken an Alzheimer’s memory test? Are they displaying signs of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia? It can be difficult to tell in the disease’s early stages. Many signs could be a result of natural aging.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   You can use the following Alzheimer’s memory tests to detect a […]...

Is Your Loved One at Risk for Wandering?

Your loved one can become at risk for wandering at any stage of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, autism, or any other cognitive issue. For instance, six out of 10 people with Alzheimer’s wander. And 50 percent of children with autism wander.   [sc name=”Blog Post CTA”]   To help caregivers understand wandering better, you should know […]...