Find the Best Senior Care
& Free Resources in Your Local Area.

Help for Aging Veterans in Houston

Read More About:

  • VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit

  • Veterans Home Care Services

  • Caring for Aging Veterans

  • Find Help and Care Now.

What Happens When You No Longer Know What to Say to a Senior with Alzheimer’s?

By Christy Swadkins | Sep 28, 2018

Alzheimer’s Care in Summerlin NV: During the earlier stages of Alzheimer’s, it seems as though things are simple. They are simple enough, at least in comparison to the way they’ll be in the years ahead.

Read More

Alzheimer’s Care in Galloway NJ: What to Know About Home Care Options When an Aging Parent Is Diagnosed with Dementia

By Greg Banks | Aug 27, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Galloway NJ: What to Know About Home Care Options When an Aging Parent Is Diagnosed with Dementia

Alzheimer’s Care in Galloway NJ: Dealing with an elderly parent or somebody else in your family who has recently been diagnosed with dementia is not going to be easy. It can feel overwhelming at times. You might be extremely frustrated. You may even throw your hands up in disgust, ready to give up, mostly because this person either isn’t listening to you, isn’t heeding your advice, or seems to be hostile and belligerent more frequently lately.

Read More

One Symptom of Alzheimer’s That Tends to Catch Family Caregivers by Surprise (and How to Prevent Lasting Emotional Hardships)

By Michael Drew | Aug 27, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Bensalem PA: Unexpected Outbursts

To put it simply, it’s not going to be easy supporting a family member diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Most people want to be there for these men and women, especially during their time of extreme need and difficulty, but too many family caregivers, including a spouse, adult children, and even siblings, underestimate just how much the…

Read More

What Now? Some Tips to Get Started with Quality Care and Support When Dementia Is Diagnosed

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Aug 23, 2018
Alzheimer's Care Atoka TN - What Now? Some Tips to Get Started with Quality Care and Support When Dementia Is Diagnosed

Alzheimer’s Care Atoka TN-Here are a few tips for those who may now be dealing with the reality of the diagnosis of dementia.

Read More

The Wrong Motivation to Care for an Aging Parent or Spouse Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Is Likely Going to Lead to an Increased Risk of Anxiety, Arguments, and Missed Opportunities

By Mike Endredy | Aug 13, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Gilbert AZ: Having the Wrong Motivation to Become a Caregiver

There are usually plenty of good reasons to look after an aging parent, especially when they have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Unfortunately, the wrong motivation is most likely going to increase the level of stress and anxiety a person experiences. It could lead to more arguments, more frustration, a breakdown in the relationship, and missed…

Read More

Talking About the ‘Elephant in the Room’: When the Topic of Alzheimer’s Comes Up with Family

By Donna Wrabel | Jul 23, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Cinco Ranch TX: Talking About the Elephant in the Room

An aging family member may have been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It’s a difficult topic to discuss, and one in which most people have no prior experience. Unfortunately, far too many families have a tendency to gloss over the topic or try to not ‘talk about it’ for the time being. They don’t want to…

Read More

Is There a Way to Gauge the Care and Support a Senior with Alzheimer’s Receives, Especially When Memory Loss Is Significant?

By Tracy Clark | Jul 23, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Galion OH: Gauging Care and Support

A senior has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s will be going through many challenges. As the disease progresses, the signs and symptoms will become much more significant. There will come a time when that senior has difficulty keeping track of not just what’s been going on throughout the day, but who their family and friends are,…

Read More

Strategies to Keep the Lines of Communication Open When Helping Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Stephen Sternbach | Jul 12, 2018
Alzheimer's Care in Fort Lauderdale FL: Keeping the Lines of Communication Open

Keeping the lines of communication open is absolutely essential for good relationships and healthy living. Unfortunately, in modern society it appears as though communication has taken a turn for the worse. Most of us have a tendency to spend far too much time on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, our noses buried in…

Read More

It’s Time to Think Long-Term When Someone Is Dealing with Alzheimer’s

By Lynn at Interim | Jun 20, 2018
It’s Time to Think Long-Term When Someone Is Dealing with Alzheimer’s

Being formally diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is not an easy thing to handle. Some people seem to shut down, become quiet, withdrawn, and just don’t want to talk about it with family and friends. Others can become angry and frustrated. It is, in a manner of speaking, and incredibly frightening time for them and others.

Read More