Dementia

December 7, 2018

Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder

December 6, 2018

How to Improve Your Memory

November 26, 2018

Dementia, What Local Police Need to Know.

(Special thanks to Caregiving.com for this article). An emergency call comes into dispatch from a grocery store manager that requests police assistance during a shoplifting incident in which a woman fills her purse with items from their […]
September 25, 2018

Dementia: Stages, Scales and Progression Models

Dementia experts break down various stages of dementia into anywhere from 3 to 7 phases. Each category is separated according to the level of severity and typical characteristics portrayed. The number of stages varies depending on […]
August 31, 2018

What’s Funny About Caregiver Fatigue?

Even the most seasoned caregiver can suffer from fatigue. Whether you have a cancer, fall prevention, or dementia care plan in place, exhaustion from caring for a loved one can take its toll on a caregiver […]
August 22, 2018

9 Strategies to Reduce Falls for People With Dementia By Caregivers

Dementia increases the risk of falling. Research shows that people with dementia have a significantly higher risk of falling than people who don’t have the cognitive disorder, says Alexa Rohach, a physical therapist at Providence Saint […]
July 9, 2018

Caregivers Most Common Issues of Aging

Thanks to new medications and surgical techniques, people are living longer. However, the body we had at 55 will be very different from the body we have at 75. Many issues, both genetic and environmental, affect […]
June 29, 2018

Caregivers Driving and Dementia

This is a very tough subject. Obviously, if your loved one is at a certain stage in this disease, they should not be driving.
June 27, 2018

There Is No Pain with Dementia

Losing a loved one is never easy. It is said that the hardest thing one will ever endure is burying a child. The second hardest is burying a spouse.

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