Bathroom Safety Tips For Seniors

A primary concern of senior citizens is whether they can continue to live independently as they get older. Their loved ones often have the same concerns. Even if seniors want to continue to live on their own, they must confront the fact that they may not be as capable of some things as they once |Read More|

What Are The 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s?

  Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common cause of dementia. As it happens, it is a “progressive” disorder that mainly causes the degeneration of brain cells. In short, when you have Alzheimer’s, your brain cells will “waste away” as time passes by. While people who are diagnosed with AD are normally seniors and older individuals, |Read More|

Can Physical Activity Help Lower the Risk of Dementia?

As we age, our bodies go through changes – we become more prone to diseases and injuries, our immune systems weaken, we produce less protein, our bone density declines, and we become more prone to a variety of neurological disorders.  Among these is Dementia, which is not actually a disease unto itself. Rather, Dementia is |Read More|


Trying to find a gift for someone who has dementia can be hard. I know that things my mother used to love are no longer relevant in her life these days. Gone are the subscription to quilting magazines, embroidery patterns, and all of those crafty things she used to love to do. The sewing machine |Read More|