Best Friends Approach to Caregiving When you find yourself caring for a person with dementia one of the hardest question… Read more »
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Disabled Adult and Aging Parent/Grandparent By: Alyson C. Fudge, Esq. As Elder Law Attorneys, we spend a significant amount of… Read more »
Does someone you love need supportive care, but wants to avoid a nursing home setting? With the senior population on the rise, the likelihood many will answer yes is not surprising.
I may not have the ability to say these words but thank you for all that you do. Your work matters more than you may realize.
Franklin, an 85-year-old retired banker, fell in his yard cutting grass and hurt his back. He was taken, by ambulance, to the local hospital to be treated. For the next three days, Franklin was in a hospital bed, getting tests, hospital food, and medications to help ease his pain.
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Cognitive health is a person’s ability to think, learn and remember. The most common cognitive health issue facing the elderly is the loss of those cognitive functions, or dementia.
Alzheimer’s disease remains the most common form of dementia. In the United States, there are currently an estimated 5.5 million Americans living with this disease, and if there are no disease modifying drugs developed, it may increase to 16 million by 2050.
By Scott TenBroeck I think about the great lyrics of certain songs and how they speak differently to people. The… Read more »
by Joy Gerardi Edna, you have Alzheimer’s. I watched my Mom release a huge sigh. It was as if a weight was… Read more »