We are proud to announce that Rose B. is the recipient of the Caregiver of the Month Award. This caregiver is wise, experienced, and compassionate, which is why she has been chosen for this accolade! One of the things Rose enjoys about being a caregiver is talking with her clients and their families to understand what is needed and expected….
Many parents have responsibly handled financial matters during the course of their lives. As age advances, however, seniors can start to develop cognitive issues that impact financial acuity. Adult children should be aware about their parents’ finances well before decline sets in. Approximately 15 to 20 percent of seniors age 65 and over experience some level of mild cognitive impairment….
Today, most of us take our computers for granted—in the workplace, in our homes, at the doctor’s office, and right at our side no matter where we go. But as soon as computers began to appear in the workplaces and homes of Americans, researchers expressed concerns about the “digital divide”—the line between those with computer skills and access, and those…
5 Tips for Coping with Family Conflict during Your Caregiving Journey with a Senior with Alzheimer’s Disease
Use these tips to help you cope with family conflict during your caregiving journey with a senior with Alzheimer’s disease.