As an elderly woman, I have lived a long and fulfilling life. I have experienced many joys and sorrows, and I have faced my fair share of challenges.
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder that affects memory, thinking, and behavior. It is a complex disease that can be difficult to manage, both for those who
Should I put my elderly parent into the Nursing Home? This is a question many people face as their loved ones age and require more care than they
Coming home to find your elderly parent in decline can be a difficult and emotional experience. It can be a shock to see someone who has always been
Weighing the Options for Elderly Parents Today we’re going to discuss ways to manage a situation where you are thrust headlong into the world of “Need for Speed
Did you get an unexpected Christmas Present this year??? It may seem a bit strange to read the word “Christmas” in a blog post several weeks after we
You Get To Choose! Facility of faculty? Many of our readers caught my boo-boo in a recent edition of Caregiver Connection. Not that this was the first or
For Those Wanting to Craft Their Future Care Road Map Today I want to talk about making a plan. As Caregivers, our lives are often beyond hectic. Without
The Unwelcomed Surprise We Didn’t See Coming Let me preface this discussion with a disclaimer. I’m not a doctor and have no medical training at all. I’m just
How a journal can help those in the “In-Between Zone” One thing that I like about modern technology is email. Email is a sort of modern day journal.