Memory care facilities and assisted living facilities are often used interchangeably, but there are some key differences between the two.
As your aging loved one gets older, it can be easy to give in to sedentary lifestyle. By staying active, they can keep their bodies healthier for longer.
If a loved one is suffering from a condition like dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it's important that you consider long-term care facility options.
There are over 15 million Americans who provide unpaid care for people with dementia. Many of these people are family members of the person affected.
A new study has revealed that high blood pressure could increase your risk for developing dementia and Alzheimers later in life.
Assisted living facilities have come a long way, but Alzheimer's care facilities are in a league of their own. We show the differences.
It is important to make sure that while they're living in a memory care home, your aging loved one stays active, both physically and socially.
When your loved one is in need of a memory care or a regular nursing home, there are few things you can do to make them feel more comfortable.
It's incredibly important for Alzheimer's patients to get adequate physical and mental activity in their day to day lives. Here are just a few activities.
There are a few common amenities you should be on the lookout for in any memory care or assisted living facility. We have compiled a short list.
The following are just some of the useful gadgets on the market that will help you stay connected with your parent.
When you visit your parent in a specialized care or assisted living facility, there are ways that you can make your conversations more meaningful.