Spread love on Valentine’s Day by joining the #CupidCrew movement and giving your senior loved one a rose. Or try one of ten more heart-warming activities.
Send a Rose to a Senior this Valentine’s Day
Overcoming the Stigma of Alzheimer’s
People often feel a negative stigma attached to Alzheimer’s after diagnosis or while living with the disease. Overcome any negativity with these tips.
Why Making New Friends is Essential at Every Age
People with strong social ties are happier and healthier but social circles can dwindle as people age. Learn how the LIFT program can help make new friends.
10 Tips for Positive Aging in the New Year
The secret to changing your life with a resolution is to keep it simple, be specific and make it tangible. Instead of focusing on healthy eating and exercise, what if you went beyond that? This year, you could plan to age positively.
Love Me Now: Being Present With Dementia
We spoke with Sarah Rowan, whose husband and sister lived with dementia, to learn how she has honed her joyous way of loving someone with dementia. Here are five steps to get you started down the path she has prepared.
How to Pay for Home Care
Wondering how to pay for in-home caregiving services? Here are six ways to fund the essential care you might need to age well at home.
6 Reasons to Make Your Parents Your New Workout Partners
The benefits of weightlifting for seniors can be jaw-dropping. An individual’s level of physical fitness is a determinant factor of his or her mental, cognitive and health, so bring mom or dad the next time you head to the gym.
Springing a Leak? Incontinence Care for Seniors and Caregivers
Incontinence is a common problem for seniors but there are ways to manage an embarrassing situation with advanced preparation. Learn six strategies today.
Home Care Benefits for Special Needs Adults & Their Caregivers
Individuals of any age who live with chronic care needs or disabilities can benefit from home care! In addition to helping with typical activities of daily living, such as meal preparation and transportation, caregivers can also provide warm social interaction, emotional support and peace of mind for the family.
10 Practical Methods for Calming Agitation in Older Adults with Dementia
Caring for a loved one with dementia can feel like a daily battle. These strategies can help you respond to the challenges of dementia in an effective and mindful way.
Spinach and Bacon Egg Souffle
Make these tasty souffles for breakfast or serve alongside a green salad for an easy dinner.
Memory Care vs. 24 Hour Care: Which is Right for Your Loved One?
Deciding between memory care and 24-hour care for a loved one with dementia? We break down the benefits of each and provide questions to help guide the way.