If your loved one is still managing their finances, this talk, presented by Leading Age, might be well worth their time to watch.
It is so important to have a plan if you or a loved one is impacted by Alzheimer’s disease. This report shows the impact Alzheimer’s and dementia on caregivers and society. Screening, while not a cure, can afford you time to explore medications that might help, as well as time to make a plan for […]
Being a caregiver to a loved one is a momentous task that can be rewarding, but can easily begin to weigh on you. Those in caregiving positions must be mindful of their mental and physical health. The care you give to yourself is the care you give to your loved one. Educate yourself on aging […]
According to the Institute on Aging, “Chronic illness has replaced acute illness as the major health problem of older adults—and increasingly so as medicine evolves.” While death rates for heart disease and stroke are falling, this means people are surviving and living longer, but with the chronic consequences of disease. “Approximately 80% of older adults […]
According to the PTSD Alliance, over 7,000,000 people in the United States suffer from PTSD, or Posttraumatic stress disorder. June 27 is National PTSD Awareness Day, and is a day to shed light on the realities of living with PTSD. Sufferers need to know they do not suffer alone, and are not hopeless. Symptoms PTSD […]