Dementia and Falls: What Family Caregivers Need to Know

In the challenging journey of caregiving, few incidents evoke worry as the moment a loved one with Dementia falls. Various questions flood the minds of caregivers: “Why did this happen?” “What were the contributing factors that led to such accident and more.” But instead of dwelling on guilt or self-blame, the caregivers must seek professional […]

Dementia Caregivers: Tips for Everyday Care and Communication

According to, millions of people in the US take care of friends and family suffering from Alzheimer’s. Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or related dementia is a noble and often challenging role. We understand the unique demands and responsibilities that come with this role. Whether you’re providing care in person or from […]

The Road Less Traveled: Navigating Alzheimer’s Care Challenges

Caregivers for seniors suffering from Alzheimer’s have to make mammoth sacrifices to fulfill the everyday requirements their loved one’s health demands, and that’s the reason why Alzheimer’s Caregiver is the road less traveled. Even those willing to take this tough path lack the crucial skills, resources, and guidance from medical experts required for the full […]

The Impact and Benefits of Animal Therapy for Seniors in Memory Care

Over the last several years, Pet Therapy, also known as AAT( animal-assisted therapy), has positively influenced human life. It has shown some great results, specifically for seniors facing Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia. You might be thinking, how is it possible? Right? But it’s true! A warm and furry friend can offer much more […]

Busting 7 Common Myths about Dementia

Dementia is a complex medical condition that touches the lives of several individuals worldwide. This makes it crucial to have a clear understanding of this complicated condition before indulging in any prejudiced fear. In this blog, we will explore some common myths and misconceptions surrounding dementia. We will discuss various misunderstood notions like ‘dementia only […]

5 Signs Confirming that a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Needs Living Assistance

Cognitive disorders like Alzheimer’s and dementia worsen gradually over time. When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, you try to provide the finest care at home for as long as possible. However, as their situation worsens, caregiving becomes more and more difficult. Seeing a loved one in such challenging conditions, slowly losing memory and […]

Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Memory Loss – Helping your loved ones cope

As anyone with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s and Memory Loss can tell you- it’s a family dilemma.  As memories diminish, each family member has to learn to adjust; new responsibilities arise, and emotions fuel dramatic changes in familial relationships. They carry their journeys as they grapple with their changing roles at every stage […]

The Right Response to a Dementia Patient’s “I Want to Go Home” Appeal

Hearing the plea “I want to go home” is a frequent occurrence in the lives of dementia caregivers. It can come in different forms, such as “I need to get out of here” or “I’m looking for my mom.” All such requests are a reflection of their changing brain chemistry that causes them to feel […]

Long-term Care for Stroke Recovery or After a Stroke

A stroke survivor will either move into a long-term care facility, an intensive rehab center, or their home after being released from the hospital, depending on how well they can now function. If they are permitted to go back home, they will require assistance from family members and, in many cases, in-home personal support staff […]

How to talk to someone with Dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Memory Loss

How do you communicate with someone who has memory loss? is a common question for anyone who is just starting to deal with a loved one’s dementia. It’s simple: Treat talking to a person with dementia the same way you would treat talking to a child. That doesn’t include adopting a condescending attitude or talking […]