4 Crafts for Alzheimer’s Patients

The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that damages the brain. It leads to memory loss and can cause other symptoms like anxiety and depression. While there is no cure for the disease and its effects are irreversible, there are several ways in which caregivers can engage with patients to |Read More|

10 Ways to Connect with Your Family Member with Dementia

Dementia is one of the most challenging illnesses for both the person afflicted and their family. Sometimes, people talk about the person with dementia as being “gone” mentally or “just a shell,” and they aren’t sure how to relate to them anymore, but the person they were is still there, you just have to modify |Read More|

The Invisible Heiress -A Book Review

As most of you know I LOVE to read and when I come across a really good book I just have to share it. I am a psychological thriller kind of girl and boy do I have a good one for you this week! This is the second book for talented author Kathleen O’Donnell. This |Read More|