These apps help caregivers coordinate and streamline care, track daily activities, and provide loved ones with cognitive games and activities tailored to their specific abilities and needs.
These super useful items and hacks can help make your loved one’s living environment dementia-friendly.
Experts weigh in on the “next steps” for the big move and provide a checklist to help make the transition as smooth as possible.
What anticipatory grief looks like, and how and where caregivers can cope with a complicated loss experience.
As a caregiver, you have an essential role in helping your loved one make the most of their time with their healthcare providers.
Hear what caregivers and experts say about caring for yourself while caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease.
A thorough home safety check can help identify areas where additional safety measures may be needed.
A guide to choosing the right professional care services — and finding the best providers — for your loved one.
Here are nine handy tips for avoiding common conversational pitfalls, so you can communicate more effectively with the person you’re caring for:
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.