"Senior moments" are a normal part of aging. They happen to everyone. We just don't process things as quickly as we did in younger years.
Some people develop significant memorRead More
Many older adults who have fallen believe it is best to "stay safe" and avoid falling again by restricting their activities. Unfortunately, that's the worst thing they can do! InactivRead More
Waves of emotions
When a person you've been caring for dies, you are likely to have many feelings. Sometimes conflicting feelings. You may find that emotions wash over you unexpectedly, arisiRead More
If the person you care for has Parkinson's, you may be surprised to discover the many ways the disease hampers communication. Voice problems alone affect 60%-80% of people with this condition. Read More
These days, most everyone is wondering if they are likely to develop Alzheimer's disease. If someone in your immediate family has been diagnosed with the disease, you might feel at especially hRead More