Managing Anxiety in Dementia

Generally speaking, dementia is a term that's used to refer to memory loss and changes in thinking that impact daily life. Imagine if you begin to experience changes in thinking and memory, it's natural to

By | September 13, 2022|Caregiving, Dementia|

Are You a ‘Career Caregiver’? Let Our Care Coaches Help.

The term “career caregiver” may be new to you. At first glance, you might think it refers to doctors, nurses, social workers or one of hundreds of other professional healthcare job titles. A career caregiver

By | August 25, 2022|Caregiving, Dementia|

The Dangers of Excessive Heat for Older Adults

It’s the middle of summer and as the saying goes, “Some like it hot.” While some people love the high temperatures that come with the summer months, the heat can be downright dangerous for older

By | July 27, 2022|Caregiving, Dementia, Safety|

Dementia: Coping with Anxiety and the Fear of Being Alone

Individuals with dementia often have anxiety which can make them feel nervous, worried, or cause them to not want to be left alone or out of sight of their caregivers. This typically happens when dementia

By | March 29, 2019|Alzheimer's, Caregiving, Dementia|

Safety in Extreme Cold

The weather forecast for this week predicts extremely cold temperatures with record low windchill temperatures and it is important to plan ahead in order to stay safe during the extreme cold, especially for the elderly.

By | January 29, 2019|Alzheimer's, Dementia, Healthcare, Safety|

Holiday Safety and Dementia

Holidays are a time to gather with family and friends to celebrate and spend time together, but when you are caring for someone with dementia, holidays can also be overwhelming, stressful and potentially dangerous. A

By | December 11, 2018|Caregiving, Dementia, Safety|

Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Self-Neglect in the Lives of Persons with Dementia

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is recognized every year on June 15. Persons who have Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia are especially vulnerable to mistreatment. It is estimated that about 4% of older

By | June 28, 2018|Alzheimer's, Caregiving, Dementia, In the News, Safety|

How Alzheimer’s Affects Sleeping, and What to Do About It

Getting a good night’s sleep is critical for our health and to our bodies’ ability to function. As we age, our circadian rhythms—the internal clocks that cycle our brains between sleepiness and alertness—can be transformed.

By | April 10, 2018|Adult Day Services, Alzheimer's, Caregiving, Dementia, Sundowning|

5 Ways for Caregivers to Care for Themselves

Nearly 50 million people worldwide live with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia—a number that is likely to reach 75 million by 2030. As the medical community commits greater attention to dementia’s diagnosis and treatment,

Taking Stress Out of Bath Time

Bathing is a simple everyday task for most people. But for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, even ordinary routines become increasingly difficult—and bath time is no exception. Some individuals with dementia

By | February 12, 2018|Alzheimer's, Caregiving, Dementia, Safety|
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