Moving your loved one into assisted living or memory care can seem overwhelming. To help make the decision process easier, here is some helpful guidance on what to look for in an assisted living or memory care community.Read More
Aggressive behaviors, such as dementia anger issues, can unfortunately be part of the progression of dementia in your loved one. While normal, it can be extremely tough to see your loved one in that state and to care for them properly. Here are a few tips for navigating these behavioral changes.Read More
Making the move to a senior living community is a big decision. Find out what questions are the most important to ask when exploring memory care communities for your loved one.Read More
Though we know technology is ever-changing, some companies are explicitly making technology for seniors. These new tech trends are assisting seniors with daily activities like medication management or safety features like sending out emergency messages or dialing 911. Explore some of the new technology trends that seniors and their loved ones are relying on today.Read More
Communicating with a parent or family member who has dementia can sometimes be tricky. One day their symptoms may not be as intense, and the next they could have a difficult time remembering basic items. The truth is, as dementia progresses, talking with your loved one can become increasingly difficult.
Here are three tips for connecting with your loved one during this phase of life.Read More
Transitioning your loved one into a memory care community can be a difficult decision, especially if it is their first time moving into a senior living community and out of their home. While the move will mean leaving behind their familiar spaces, small touches can make their new community feel like home.Read More
As your parent or loved one age, it’s normal for them to become more forgetful. However, if you notice a prominent gap in memory, this could be a sign of a more serious issue. Here are some potential causes and signs to look for if your loved one begins experiencing significant memory loss.Read More