Clients can often struggle to communicate for a variety of reasons. See how you can make sure you are effectively and patiently connecting with them.
As seniors age, they may require more help with activities of daily living. This guide will help you identify the signs that your loved one needs assistance.
Having someone close to you diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can be a real game-changer for any family, including yours. Read on to learn more about this debilitating disease, along with preventative measures you can take to keep your aging loved ones safe.
As an in-home caregiver, helping someone with dementia and sundown syndrome live out the remainder of their life with dignity takes special training. Using these sundowning care tips will help ensure your client stays safe and comfortable even on the most overcast days.
Deciding when to move aging parents into your home is never easy. What follows are several reliable ways to ensure it's the best decision for your family.
Memory loss impacts how one thinks, feels, and acts, and is often accompanied by challenging behaviors like confusion, wandering, or agitation. Educating yourself about memory loss and developing strategies for coping are important steps towards making you feel more confident in your role as a caregiver.