Post-holiday assessment: Should your senior parent live alone?
You have made it through the holidays. The gift wrapping, shopping, family dinners, travel, and sleep deprivation.
New Year’s resolutions of a caregiver
As we sing “Auld Lang Syne” at midnight on New Year’s Eve, many caregivers for their aging parent or elderly […]
Are You Concerned About Elderly Pneumonia?
During the winter months, the elderly population is more vulnerable to developing pneumonia from respiratory viruses, related to colds or […]
Dementia: Keeping the season merry inspired by their spirit.
Many of us feel very nostalgic during the holiday season. We remember leaving cookies for Santa, unwrapping our first bike, […]
How to be a medical advocate for your aging parent
As your parent ages, they may begin to slow down not only physically, but also cognitively. They may process things […]
The Dangers of Falling
At left, Aegis Living residents focus on core strength and balance in Tai Chi class at Aegis Gardens in Fremont, […]
30 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents
As families of all ages gather around the dining room table and at holiday family events, this time of year […]
Sharing Memories Through the 5 Senses
Dementia can be a cruel thief, stealing short-term memories from your loved ones. They may forget to eat or drink […]