If your elderly loved one is in their eighties and showing cognitive decline, is that normal aging or dementia? Should they still get tested?
Do you or a loved one have dementia? Here are some misconceptions you should ignore.
Funeral pre-planning is not a topic that any family wants to discuss. We know that it’s impossible to live forever. However, we want to forget about it …
There’s a lot that can be done to break negative and avoidant behaviors that impede the care and quality of life for individuals with various forms of dementia, says WSJ Retirement and Health Care Expert Marc A…
Loved ones can struggle to accept a person’s dementia diagnosis, but they can also help people negotiate short-term memory loss and other symptoms of the disease.
This is the perfect way to remember and honor our loved ones and protect our environment at the same time.