If you are caring for a loved one who has suffered a stroke, make sure you know these six side effects of a stroke and how to develop a stroke care plan.
How to Develop an Effective Post-Stroke Care Plan
What’s On Your Loved One’s Plate? Nutrition Tips for Seniors with Alzheimer’s
These nutrition tips for Alzheimer’s disease will help you learn what to watch for in your loved one’s eating habits and how to address issues that may arise.
Helpful Hints for a Great Mother’s Day
Create a joyous Mother’s Day, whether or not Mom has Alzheimer’s. These tips and activities can help you connect, communicate, and enjoy the day together.
Community Roundup: How Home Care Assistance is Promoting Healthy Longevity for Seniors
Achieve healthy longevity by staying engaged and actively participating in your health. Learn how our teams are helping seniors have fun and stay healthy.
Building a Strong Relationship with Your Caregiver
Building a good relationship with your professional caregiver is important, but it can be difficult to know how. Start off strong with these eight tips.
20 Ways to Improve Communication with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s
This list of Alzheimer’s communication tips can apply during any stage and will help you effectively engage with a sense of insight and compassion.
12 Ways to Provide Support for Seniors While Encouraging Independence
It can be easy to fall into the trap of doing everything for your loved one. Promote independence for seniors in four areas of life with these twelve tips.
What is Late-Onset Alzheimer’s and How Can You Defend Against It?
Learn more about what late-onset Alzheimer’s is and what steps you can take today to help protect your brain’s health tomorrow.
Can Fasting Help Fend Off Parkinson’s Disease?
Research shows that certain diets can help manage symptoms of Parkinson’s. Learn about the connections Parkinson’s disease has with fasting and keto diets.
The Power of Music in Dementia Care
From time to time we all get a song stuck in our heads. After a while it can become aggravating because we can’t stop hearing it and humming it. However, when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease, that is a good thing. Music therapy is beneficial and calming for those with dementia.
Baked Sweet Potato and Eggs Recipe
This recipe is comfort food at its best! Sweet potatoes are a great way to mix up breakfast and get a hefty boost of Vitamin A.
What to Expect After a Hip Replacement
Recovering from hip replacement surgery? We’re bringing you the answers to five common questions plus six tips for a speedy recovery.