Looking back on our lives — and looking forward as well
No matter what our ages might be, looking back on our lives is a very common human behavior. But perhaps we shouldn’t only be reminiscing. Perhaps we should be looking forward as well…. . .READ THE REST
Finding the answer to “Now what?” for your loved one — and for you
If you’re responsible for a loved one who has become dependent due to old age or a disability, “Now what?” is probably a question you ask yourself on a daily basis. . .READ THE REST
Is it time to care for a loved one? We can help!
One of the most difficult transitions in life is moving from the role of being a son or daughter of Mom and Dad to the role of being a care provider for them. Being a son or daughter is forever, but changing roles from being provided for to being the provider is never easy. . . .READ THE REST
What is delirium?
For elderly adults who have dementia, feeling confused may be expected. But when confusion comes on suddenly or if the senior becomes difficult to arouse, this could be a condition called “delirium.” This type of sudden confusion may be the first sign that the person has another illness and needs medical help right away. . .READ THE REST