Fighting Loneliness in the Elderly Feeling Isolated

A 2018 survey conducted by Cigna insurance concluded that out of 20,000 adults, almost half report feeling lonely sometimes or always; feeling left out; not having daily meaningful in-person social interactions or extended conversations; or feeling isolated. A similar piece of research conducted in 2018 by AARP Foundation, an organization dedicated to empowering American seniors, Read More

The Strange Face In The Mirror

To a senior with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, mirrors can cause challenging dementia behavior. Many times looking into a mirror is not a pleasurable experience and at times can even be terrifying. They may see an apparition of strange faces, or distortion of their face, or hallucinations like monsters, faces of deceased relatives, or even animals. Read More

One Son or Daughter ALWAYS Does More

One son or daughter always does more to take care of their parents. Circumstances often dictate this, it’s not necessarily anybody being casual or lazy or being thoughtless. Some logistics make it so that one daughter or son usually does more. As elderly parents begin to rely on family for more support, the amount of Read More