It seems that nowadays we have so much going on in our lives that we don’t take the time to hear the life stories of our parents or grandparents. Stories from older generations can help us understand who we are today and appreciate our loved ones in a new way. How to Capture a Loved
April Is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month To honor National Parkinson’s Awareness Month, we are raising awareness about the early signs, symptoms, and support by including parts of this article from the Mayo Clinic. Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement. It develops gradually, sometimes starting with a barely noticeable
If you or your loved one is experiencing memory or cognitive changes, it may be something other than dementia, which may be treatable. There are several treatable diseases that mimic the symptoms of dementia. So, if you notice your loved one acting strangely, it’s essential that they see a doctor as soon as you see
Learn the pros and cons of in-home senior care vs. assisted living to determine which would be the correct fit for you or your family. THERE COMES A TIME IN most seniors’ lives when medical conditions, loneliness or an inability to care for oneself force families to decide about where a loved one should be
How to Pay for Assisted Living and Home Care Figuring out how to pay for senior care can be a major issue for many families. Retirement savings, the sale of the family home, private health insurance, veteran’s benefits, and long-term care insurance are all potential sources of funding to pay for this type of care.