October 6, 2019

Managing Medicines for a Person with Alzheimer’s

People with sickness|Alzheimer’s disease might take medicines to treat the disease itself, mood or behavior changes, and different medical conditions.Caregivers will make sure that medicines area […]
August 17, 2019

10 CareGiver Tips

Being an Alzheimer’s caregiver is tough work that needs plenty of information and lots of skills for obtaining on and for connecting with the person. Here […]
August 11, 2019

Alzheimer’s Managing sleep problems

If you are caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease, sleep disturbances will take a toll on each of you. Here’s help promoting a […]
August 2, 2019

TEN (10) Ways to Love Your Brain

Growing proof indicates that individuals will cut back their risk of psychological feature decline by adopting key mode habits. When doable, mix these habits to realize […]
July 28, 2019

Signs and Symptoms of Dementia

While symptoms of dementia can vary greatly, a minimum of 2 of the subsequent core mental functions should be considerably impaired to be thought of dementia: […]
July 26, 2019

Alzheimer’s and dementia care: Tips for daily tasks

Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving takes patience and flexibility. To reduce frustration, consider these tips for daily tasks from limiting choices to creating a safe environment. If […]
July 25, 2019

Diet that could Prevent Alzheimer’s disease

DEMENTIA symptoms could be prevented by following the MIND diet, which combines parts of the Mediterranean diet with a dietary plan to reduce high blood pressure. […]
July 23, 2019

10 Tips for Communication (Alzheimer’s CareGivers Guide)

10 Things a Person Living with Dementia Would Tell You If They Could     You know what makes me feel safe, secure, and happy? A smile. […]
April 21, 2017

Who’s Caring for the Caregiver?

Looking back, it’s almost as if one day I was happy and living the life I’d chosen and the next My brother and I were my […]
April 10, 2017

Angry at the World

During my family’s journey with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, I have made it a point to be as transparent as possible. Anger & fear play a big role in […]
April 4, 2017

Men, Proper Wiping is Important to Avoid Infections for women with Alzheimer’s/Dementia Wipe “Front to Back”

There is limited information regarding what it’s really like to be caregiver and that’s especially true of caregivers who are men. When I started this movement […]
March 26, 2017

MAMA Please Don’t Go..

Other than forgetfulness that persistently got worse through the years, another thing I started noticing during the early stages of dementia was the far-off, somewhat frantic look […]
January 11, 2017

Shit Happens

Holiday Outings can be very pleasant but “ShiT” Happens    With Thanksgiving turkey and dressing packed in Tupperware containers, and the dishes washed and put away, […]
January 11, 2017

What is Sun-downing and how do I reduce it?

Beautiful evenings bring about Dark nights with Dementia/Alzheimer’s If you’ve recently had a loved one diagnosed with dementia, then you’d better familiarize yourself with Sundowning, and […]
January 9, 2017

Take Momma’s Keys

A guide to helping an aging parent transition from driver to passenger due to age-related issues. Dementia/Alzheimer’s It’s Friday night. I’m getting ready to dig into […]
January 9, 2017

A Son’s Love

Since Mom’s diagnosis of dementia, I have no free time. No Sunday golf outings with the fellas. No Friday night dominos games with my crew. No […]
January 9, 2017

Who Cares?

A little advice on taking care of the caregiver (YOU)   I’ll admit it. I was NOT prepared for becoming a caregiver for my aging mother. […]
January 9, 2017

Dementia-rize Your Home

Keeping Momma safe while dealing with dementia. I woke up to a strange sound, sat straight up in bed. I glanced at the clock…2:00AM and lights […]
January 9, 2017

Keeping Momma Under Your Wing

Finally! You’ve got Momma settled into her new assisted living quarters. Both you and mom are anxious. The facility representative made this place sound like heaven. […]
January 9, 2017

Too Old To Care

Baby boomers are entering their senior years. In 2010, one-sixth of the adult U.S. population was older than 65; by 2030, about one-fourth will be. Who […]