Not every assisted living facility is going to be able to provide adequate support for seniors dealing with Alzheimer’s or some other type of dementia.
Parkinson’s disease doesn’t just affect the person diagnosed with it. It can affect family and friends.
When an aging senior moves into an assisted living facility, they will still need to visit their primary physician, perhaps specialists, and even their dentist and optometrist.
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Many adults who witness their parents or grandparents getting older worry about their safety, health, well-being, and even the place they call home.
If your elderly grandmother is spending her overnights at assisted living, such as for respite care options or has moved in, but she’s struggling to sleep well at night, there are a few questions you should ask first.
Did you know that assisted living is one of the best elder care options available to aging men and women?
February is Wise Health Care Consumer Month and when discussing the future with somebody of advancing years, perhaps they are in their 70s, 80s, 90s, or beyond, assisted living may very well be a topic that comes up.
Dementia, which includes Alzheimer’s, can pose incredible challenges, not just for the people diagnosed with this disease, but also their immediate loved ones.
Osteoporosis: As a follow-up to last month’s wonderful discussion about preventive care from Dr. Mel, we would like to discuss Osteoporosis this month. We have all experienced the fear and panic from receiving news of an elderly friend or family…