Different Signs Your Parent Has Alzheimer's: What a Caregiver Can Expect

It can be difficult in the beginning to determine whether someone has Alzheimer's. Someone may write their memory loss off to just being old and forgetting a few things. If your grandparent is showing even a small amount of mental decline, the problem could be Alzheimer's, or it could simply be due to becoming older. Below is some more information about this so you can be the best caregiver that you can. [Read More]

Preparing For A Home Health Care Visit: Three Things To Consider

In-home health care can be a great benefit for your loved one, and it can help to relieve some of the burden you feel as a caregiver. If you are planning on having a home health care worker assist with your loved one's care, there are a few things you should to prepare for this transition. Use this guide to help prepare for your loved one's first visit. Create An Emergency Contact List [Read More]

3 Care Services For Alzheimer's Patients

As Alzheimer's disease progresses, the ill person's abilities to function normally, both mentally and physically, deteriorate. Because of this, many people with Alzheimer's – or even other types of dementia – require in home care or to be placed in a care home dedicated to those with dementia and the elderly. However, care homes are not the only option. Adult Day Care Centers Adult day care centers are perfect during the middle stages of Alzheimer's. [Read More]