On the Long Road for Alzheimer’s Hope

May 8th, 2019

Country star Kenny Chesney sung lyrics that many people can relate to today. In his 2012 hit "While He Still Knows Who I Am" Kenny sings this lyric:. Continue Reading

Caregivers are Key to Managing Loved One with Dementia

April 24th, 2019

With Americans aging in mass, many adult children will face a parent who either requires long-term care services and supports or will need to be supervised due to cognitive decline. The Alzheimers Association releases a report... Continue Reading

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Caregiving Responsibilities Forcing People to Leave Jobs

March 4th, 2019

An aging America is now impacting the workplace placing stress on employers and employees alike. Three-quarters of US workers surveyed by Harvard Business School are providing caregiving services, often to an older parent,... Continue Reading

Dementia at Age 50. Yes It Happens.

February 28th, 2019

We think of Dementia and Alzheimers like something that happens to the elderly. In fact, that is true. As you age your risk of cognitive declines increases. With longevity, and more people living to age 75, 80 and beyond, more... Continue Reading

Diagnosis Dementia – Now What?

February 23rd, 2019

It happens every day. Someones Mom or Dad gets the diagnosis of cognitive decline. There are many types of dementia and as more Americans live longer lives more families will be impacted by the financial and emotional stress... Continue Reading

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Being a Caregiver has Impact on Career, Family and Well-Being

February 12th, 2019

As human beings, we tend to avoid or delay decisions that involve our health and the aging process. Some might call it denial, others just concentrating on the positive. Either way, when we avoid this topic the impact usually... Continue Reading