When it comes to the elderly with dementia nutrition is often overlooked. We try to check on our loved ones and buy groceries or ask them if they have eaten. Many elderly especially those with dementia are at risk of malnutrition
It is important to set aside some time and make some memories with your loved one.
Having a routine can be a great help when your loved one suffers from dementia.
When it comes the time for your loved one to move into a facility, how do you make the choice? Finding the right type of facility will be the key to getting their needs met and making them comfortable and as happy as possible
Elder abuse is a subject that needs more discussion. Elder abuse comes in different forms and usually goes unreported the National Council on Aging says that 1 in 10 of Americans over age 65 are abused in some form and only 1 in 14 cases of elder abuse are reported to the authorities. Elder abuse has signs that get overlooked all the time.
Music is so connected to emotions it can be used to help those with dementia. Dealing with dementia, Parkinson’s, or even stroke can be difficult. Using music can help your loved one be more comfortable and cooperative.