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17 12, 2019

Making the Holidays More Memorable and Less Stressful

The holidays are a stressful time for most people, so it’s understandable that many caregivers go through heightened levels of stress during this period. From dealing with insensitive relatives visiting to trying to juggle [...]

18 11, 2019

Dementia Versus Alzheimer’s: What is the difference?

November is National Family Caregivers Month, and we would love for you to join us in celebrating this special cause. Caregivers play a special role in many families. In fact, they do so much [...]

23 10, 2019

World Mental Health Day – How to Capitalize on it this Year

On October 10, we celebrated an incredibly special day that is near and dear to our hearts: World Mental Health Day. Mental health is and always has been important—it’s especially important in today’s world. [...]

8 09, 2019

Grandparents Day – What is the True Meaning of a Grandparent?

This coming Sunday is Grandparent’s Day - one of the lesser known yet very important holidays to celebrate. After all, when a person has the presence of a good grandparent throughout their childhood, it provides [...]

3 07, 2019

Celebrating Independence Day in the Home

The 4th of July celebrations are a yearly tradition that most of us look forward to, yet there are instances where it’s hard to get excited for Independence Day. This is true for many [...]

30 05, 2019

Caregiver Resources: Taking Care of Yourself to be the Best Caregiver You Can Be

Being the primary caregiver for a loved one is difficult at the best of times. Yet millions of Americans take on this role, often without a word of complaint, caring for someone that can [...]

23 04, 2019

Communication Strategies for Those Living with Dementia

As a progressive disease, dementia slowly affects an individual’s memory. This typically begins with minor forgetfulness of basic facts like the date, day, or current location, but usually develops into significant memory loss. Not [...]

8 04, 2019

Clearing Clutter – How it Can Make All the Difference to Your Health

While we’re all prone to holding onto possessions longer than we need to, many elderly people have clutter issues in their homes. This ranges from old books and magazines to a random assortment of [...]

8 03, 2019

10 Practical Activities for People Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Living with Alzheimer’s disease forces many people to give up everyday activities that were once enjoyable and fulfilling. It’s understandable given how severe a condition Alzheimer’s is, yet it is important that patients continue [...]

28 01, 2019

New Years Resolutions to STICK With – The True Meaning of a Holistic Approach to Your Health

While New Year’s resolutions are easy to make but hard to stick with, taking the time and effort to make positive changes only benefits seniors and their caregivers. Moreover, taking a holistic approach to [...]

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