An informative video on caring for our loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease.
What tune do you dance to? What tune did your love one use to groove to? Music is relaxing and individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s disease can greatly benefit from it. Research shows that music has a positive impact and act as a calming agent. For example, playing soft music can help foster sleep. Music therapy […]
June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day The vast majority of elder abuse is committed at the hands of family members, often by caregivers who are simply pushed to their limits by the demands of caring for an aging loved one on top of caring for children, working and other of life’s obligations. Vigilant […]
Being a caregiver of a parent with Alzheimer’s or any related dementia can be difficult and challenging. It can drain us emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Often times feelings of anger and resentment can set in. Caring for our elderly parents is quite overwhelming. We try to offer the best possible care and make sacrifices for […]