Home Safety with Dementia 

Home Safety with Dementia 

Inside the Home Whether your loved one is in the early stages of dementia and is able to live alone, or if you have become the caregiver inside your own home, home safety is key to the protection of their life.  Even if your loved one is still able to manage...
Sundown Syndrome

Sundown Syndrome

Do you have a loved one who experiences “late-day confusion?” If this individual has Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, they may be experiencing a group of symptoms known as sundown syndrome, sundowners syndrome, or sundowning, most of which occur later...
Financial Help for Assisted Living

Financial Help for Assisted Living

Determining how to pay for assisted living for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia can feel like a daunting task. Frequently, assisted living is paid for out of pocket. People also use a combination of Social Security, Medicaid, Veterans...
What does Dementia Mean?

What does Dementia Mean?

Myths and misconceptions about dementia abound. Many people believe dementia is a common malady that consists of memory loss brought on by aging. The truth is that dementia is a collective term that describes two or more symptoms that greatly interfere with daily life...
Holidays are not always Jolly!

Holidays are not always Jolly!

The holiday season can be full of stress – multiple events, family visits, work obligations, and the list goes on. So how to manage it all? First of all, recognize that you are one person and can only be in one place at a time, so try to prioritize when and...