Stages of Alzheimer’s

Late-stage Alzheimer’s (severe) In the final stage of the disease, dementia symptoms are severe. Individuals lose the ability to respond to their environment, to carry on a conversation and, eventually, to control movement. They may still say words or phrases, but communicating pain becomes difficult. As memory and cognitive skills continue to worsen, significant personality … Read more

Navigating the Future with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

So, what is a Early-Onset Alzheimer’s? Usually we hear about seniors getting diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in their 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Early-Onset Alzheimer’s is an uncommon form of dementia that happens to people age 65 and younger. It is estimated that 5% of individuals develop this disease at an younger age. According to Alz.org “An … Read more

Healthy Lifestyle For Seniors

EXERCISE Seniors can remain healthy with proper diet and exercise. Caregivers play a vital role in assisting seniors to get proper nutrition, develop healthy habits and provide companion care. Become More Active Exercise plays an important role in keeping seniors healthy. It could be as simple as going for a walk or using exercise equipment. … Read more

Glaucoma in Seniors

Glaucoma is also known as “sneaky theft of sight” (glaucoma.org). It is the second leading cause of blindness. Seniors are especially at risk and few people know about it. Usually glaucoma doesn’t has symptoms but that doesn’t mean it can be ignored. If left untreated, glaucoma can cause vision loss and eventually blindness. What is … Read more

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