A durable POA is one of the most important legal documents in estate planning for people with Alzheimer’s disease, yet many families do not have one prepared.
Anyone can fall victim to cyber crimes, but older adults, especially those with dementia, are the most-targeted group. Learn how to spot these three common scams.
A guide to choosing the right professional care services — and finding the best providers — for your loved one.
Understanding sundowning symptoms and treatment methods can help you create a plan to manage this challenging time of day.
Here, we’ll examine the evidence for and against several of the most widespread theories of AD’s pathology, along with today’s leading approaches to Alzheimer’s treatment.
Here are nine handy tips for avoiding common conversational pitfalls, so you can communicate more effectively with the person you’re caring for:
Here are some helpful tips for preparing your loved one for the move, and making them comfortable in their new community, facility or home.
You can help your loved one by listening to them, pinpointing the causes of their emotional distress, and taking steps to minimize those triggers. Here are some tips that may help.
Here are some handy tips for keeping your loved one engaged, by choosing activities they’ll genuinely enjoy, and creating an environment that minimizes distraction.
Here are some practical tips for explaining your loved one’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis to friends, family members, and the other important people in your life.