Alzheimer's Disease

Supplements: Do They Help Seniors with Alzheimer's Disease?

For seniors with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, it can be unsettling to know there is no way to cure what is going on in your mind. While there are plenty of things that can be done to try to aid the sumptoms, more and more people are trying to take matters into their own hands. Many times, this leads people to supplements that have little to no backing as to their effectiveness in preventing or delaying Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia.

Tips to Prepare You for a Memory Care Visit

Preparing for Your Visit to Memory Care: What to Expect

When visiting a loved one who lives in a memory care community, you may not know exactly what to expect. If you have never had a loved one with memory loss or met anyone dealing with it before, you may be completely blindsided by how they act or who they have become. If you’ve never been to a memory care community, it can be a lot to take in. It’s important to know how to prepare yourself and other friends and family members before visiting a loved one in a memory care community, in order to have the most successful visit possible.

Tips for Maintaining Communication with Memory Care Teams

Maintaining Communication with Memory Care Teams

Having good communication when your loved one is dealing with memory loss is crucial, especially if you are their caregiver. But what happens when you are no longer their caregiver and are entrusting their care to someone else? When a loved one moves to a memory care community, it can be easy to think that you won’t have to worry about anything and that staff members will let you know of any issues they come across, but in order to ensure the best care for your loved one, it’s often a good idea to stay in-the-know and be a partner in their care team.

Tips to Ease Parent’s Transition to Memory Care

At-Home Exercises for Seniors with Dementia

Seniors with Dementia Benefit From Exercising At Home

At Home Exercises

Seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia often have trouble being in loud, crowded areas. When overwhelmed or overstimulated, they become agitated and restless and they may even start to wander. Many times, seniors with dementia prefer quiet, one-on-one interactions, which can make some everyday activities a little more difficult to partake in. One of these is exercise. Many gyms can be loud and full of strange noises that can confused loved ones with dementia, so that leaves it to us to find ways seniors can effectively exercise at home.

Caregiver Tips on the Link Between Sleep and Dementia

Wake Up to the Link Between Sleep and Dementia


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