Preparing Your Elderly Relative For A Move To A Senior Care Home

If you have an elderly relative who has been living on their own but has recently displayed signs of difficulties in continuing to do so, you may have contemplated having them move to a senior care home. These facilities provide amenities to promote healthy living and safety in a community setting. Here are tips to aid in providing your relative with the peace of mind necessary in accomplishing a successful move. Read More 

What Not To Do When Caring For An Alzheimer’s Patient: Top 2 Mistakes

When caring for an Alzheimer's patient, it is important to be aware of the common mistakes that can be made. This will help you avoid any potential problems and provide the best possible care for your loved one. Unfortunately, many families make the same mistakes without even realizing it. Read on to learn about two mistakes to avoid when caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease. 1.      Not Paying Attention to the Their Needs Read More