Live For Today: Dementia and Living in the Moment

“Live for Today” – it’s not a cliche, it’s a way of life in later stages of dementia. Depending on the stage your loved one is in, you may have noticed slight to severe memory loss and changes in behavior. … Read More

Mara Botonis and Project Lifesaver

Alzheimer’s and Law Enforcement

In recognition of World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month this month, we wanted to focus for the next few days on improving our loved one’s safety.  As the numbers of persons living with Alzheimer’s are on the rise, so too are the … Read More

Dementia Action Alliance

Nationwide Survey Seeks to Solicit Feedback from Caregivers and Persons Living with Dementia

Initial diagnosis and testing.  Learning about the latest treatments and medications.  Finding a local neurologist or support group.  Exploring home health, respite care and residential services in your area.  Planning financially for the cost of care. If you are a … Read More

Dementia and the Young Child

In the spirit of the season, I am pleased to be able to share with you this moving and insightful guest post by Victoria Sanjuan, a single “sandwich generation” mother who cared for both her young daughter and her father … Read More