Overwhelmed by difficult decisions and emotions about caring for your loved one?
Although LGBT pride month is celebrated in June each year, we honor and support the LGBT community all year long. While the image of the LGBT movement may often be the young and middle-aged, it is critical to remember the senior population is just as important to the community.
If you’re a caregiver to someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia then you have many things on your mind, including a variety of safety concerns. When providing care at home, you’ll need to make some adjustments to maximize safety, but try not to feel overwhelmed.
As the hot weather comes in, not everyone is excited. Some older adults dread the heat because their bodies are less able to handle heat stress than when they were younger. These individuals may find it hard to be comfortable, even at home.
The choice of whether to move your loved one into your home or to move into their home is a significant one. In many instances, a decision must be made quickly. Or what you believe will be temporary becomes permanent.
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