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Adaptive Clothing can make a huge impact in the quality of life of the family caregiver, the professional health care provider and those they care for. There is a vast need for dressing solutions from post operative to daily senior dressing challenges. Adaptive Clothing

How to navigate an endless question loop Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia's affect the brain — which means they often cause problems with short-term memory. This can lead to repetitive behaviors, such as asking a repetitive question. Though your elderly loved

Living with Alzheimer's can cause confusion, stress and embarrassment when trying to interact in larger groups. It’s important to understand that Alzheimer's is a chronic, progressive degenerative disease. Over time, patients can have a hard communicating with others. This doesn’t

Many caregivers and senior care facilities are encouraging chair yoga for their patients. Majority of the research that is available to us supports that exercise is extremely beneficial to the function of our brains. For those with dementia and Alzheimer's disease,

It has been seen that people have high chances to respond instinctively when they listen to any music. Even if a person is suffering from some advanced stages of memory issues or dementia, still they can engage themselves in music

Living with memory loss is a reality for people of all ages, and is likely to affect every single one of us to a certain extent at some point in our lives. The reality can be difficult not only for

Did you know that November is the National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? But even if it’s still months away, everyone must be aware of it. Not only that it’s apparent to most seniors and golden-aged individuals, but there is

In-home care has multiple benefits to offer to both seniors and their family members. Apart from receiving quality care at affordable costs, seniors get to stay within the comfort of their own home and in the midst of their loved

Morning routines with a senior can be cumbersome. If you have a mom or dad that needs help getting dressed and completing the morning routine, adaptive clothing is a great asset to add to your morning routine. Cut you time

If you have a loved one that has entered later stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s, you will start to notice traits of these diseases. Symptoms can include repetition, paranoia, fidgeting to name a few. Each set of symptoms is generally