Do’s and Don’ts When Dealing with Dementia Behavior

As dementia progresses, behavioral changes will become more noticeable and frustrating. Although everyone is different there are some common behavioral...

Communicating When Your Loved One Has Dementia

One of the first signs of dementia is the loss of normal communication abilities. It may begin slowly but as the symptoms persist, communication will...

The Importance of Early Dementia Diagnosis

The first time you notice a change in your or a loved one’s behavior — perhaps an inability to recall recent conversations or find the right words —...

FOX 47: Fun & Friends at Countryside

Crystal Caldwell, Director of Retirement Services, Ashley Finerty, Life Enrichment Coordinator, talk about some of the social opportunities...

9 Ways to Manage Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Wandering

 

Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia are common occurrences among aging adults – but that doesn’t make dealing with them any easier.

Having a loved one...

How to Know When it’s Time for a Parent to Stop Driving

 

If you’re worried about your aging parent operating their vehicle – or worse, finally taking those keys away – you’re not alone. Most adult children...

Tech Safety Tips for Seniors 

 

Technology is a great way to keep in touch with loved ones and old friends, stay up to date on the latest news and community happenings and even...

Volunteering Benefits and Ideas for Older Adults 

 

If volunteering has ever been on your radar or in your thoughts, the time to act is now.

April is officially National Volunteer Month, and with...

Signs It's Time for Assisted Living

 

Deciding to move your aging loved one to an assisted living facility or nursing home is never easy. But often, it’s the best (and sometimes only) way...

What to Consider When Choosing a Short-term Rehab Stay

by Kristin Ganton | Mar 30, 2018 | respite care, Rehab

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