Preparing For Long Distance Travel

Friday, 16 February 2018 by

  Traveling is stressful, especially if you are preparing for a long distance journey for a sick or injured loved one. Being a caregiver can be emotionally and physically draining. At times, if you are local to your loved one, you can meet their needs more quickly; however, if you are not physically close, living

A nursing home is a place for someone who needs care around the clock, but isn’t so sick that they have to be in a hospital. Many who live in nursing homes are seniors, but these facilities are intended for anyone who suffers a severe or debilitating illness and is unable to care for themselves.

The holiday season is often tough on persons with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Routines are broken, visiting relatives can feel like an invasion of strangers, and the seasonal changes that stimulate other family members can be nearly impossible to cope with. The holiday season can also install a sense of loss difficult to

The holiday season is a time when families come together. Many travel long distances to visit friends and relatives, and these are important traditions that mean a lot to everyone. Persons with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can still participate, at least up to a certain point. In the early stages, many with dementia