Overwhelmed by difficult decisions and emotions about caring for your loved one?
The Alzheimer’s Association offers some truly amazing resources you may not even realize you need. But you do! The following list of resources in particular are extremely useful to Alzheimer’s patients and their families:
Our brain is affected by our physical lifestyle choices just like any other part of our body. Getting the right exercise and nutrition can not only boost your brain health but it can also help combat dementia and may slow down its progression.
LGBT adults face many unique challenges as they age. They are generally an underserved and understudied aging population. Fear of discrimination contributes to poor health – with more than 20% reporting not having told health care providers of their sexual orientation.
Many adult children decide to live with their elderly parent who clearly needs more support at home. Are you considering having your mom or dad move into your home?
Capacity and competence are two terms that are often used interchangeably to describe a person’s ability to understand their circumstances and make decisions. Competence is a legal term that determines whether someone is “duly qualified:
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