Thanks to Home Care Assistance for posting this great article about the Mind Diet and how food can help fuel your brain and fight off dementia. Check it out!
Planning for the future can seem daunting, especially during these uncertain times. Lisa Valerio and her team at Valerio Financial Group are a great resource when financially planning for the future. Here is the link to some of their articles on the topic to help get you started!
As we age vision is commonly something that fades, but that doesn’t mean your quality of life has to. Thanks to Alan and the team at Always Best Care Senior Services for this helpful article on ‘Boosting Quality of Life with Low Vision’. Click the image below to check it out!
Understanding the similarities and differences between neurological illnesses can help you plan for you or a loved one. Here is a great article that discusses Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Thanks to Eric and his amazing team at Home Care Assistance for this post! Click the picture below to check it out.
Aging is process that can be daunting and stressful, especially when the world is full of uncertainties. Luckily there are several resources today that can be used to combat anxiety and depression that may be caused from aging. Here are 6 Coping Strategies for Anxiety and Depression from Senior Living Options, LLC.
Sheraton Caregiver’s LLC continues to post some amazing resources during this quarantine. Check out free and virtual art sessions, music therapy sessions, and wellness sessions.
Comfort Keepers has posted a great article with tips on helping Seniors during isolation. If you are a caregiver or caring for a loved one during quarantine there are some great ideas here to help keep busy and calm! Click the image below to check it out!
Alzheimer’s Foundation of America has created some great video series called Self Care Sundays and Virtual Community Classes. If you or a loved one is dealing is Alzheimer’s/dementia during this difficult time, I highly suggest tuning in to these series to help focus on mental health, stress relief, or just to partake in an artistic …
During this time of isolation it is important to focus on mental health. A great tip for anyone, but especially loved ones with alzheimer’s/dementia, is to maintain your normal routine as much as possible. The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America shared some great tips on ‘Preserving Routines During Coronavirus Pandemic: Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers’. Click the …
Tomorrow at 11am Sheraton Caregivers LLC s hosting a free Facebook live art session with Art Therapist, Audra D’Agostino. This is a great activity that focuses on “rock painting to aide in relaxation and the feeling of being centered during this trying time.” Finding activities like this is an amazing way to activate your creativity …