Aging is a normal part of living. But, as people get older, many of them may experience cognitive decline. Memory-related conditions, such as Alzheimer’s, are common among the elderly. Getting prompt diagnosis and care is important to cope with age-related
Alzheimer’s is a common neurological condition that causes behavioral and cognitive issues in individuals.
Caring for a loved one with dementia can be hard work. Providing support to someone who has difficulty acknowledging the support itself is complicated.
We panic when we cannot remember where we last placed our keys, or what numbers are supposed to go into the data spreadsheets. Imagine losing your grip on retaining your lifelong memories of people you love and things you care
Roasted turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, cornbread, and cranberry relish—Thanksgiving is just around the corner!
Christmas time is fast approaching, and you can practically smell the eggnog and hear the choirs singing Christmas carols! It is a time for gifts, laughter, and a whole lot of love.
Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia, and is in fact the very most common form of it. Around 60% to 80% of dementia cases are diagnosed as Alzheimer’s.
While the prospect of living away from the comforts of home may be daunting, senior care facilities have a lot to offer individuals.