1. How to Have a Great Visit With Your Memory-Impaired Family Member

    Many families have a family member who suffers from memory impairment of one form or another. This can put a strain on relationships and make the family less likely to visit because they are not sure what to talk about when their loved one's memory has faded. Rather than skip visits on the premise t…Read More

  2. Early Warning Signs of Dementia

    When it comes to dementia, early detection is essential. There is currently no cure for dementia; however, early detection is still essential. Why? Because some causes of cognitive decline can be treated or even reversed. Additionally, treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s is more effective in the…Read More

  3. How Kids Cope with Alzheimer’s in Grandparents

    Alzheimer's and dementia touches so many families. And with so much focus on the person who has dementia, sometimes younger family members don’t receive the attention they may need during the process, or the illness may not explained in a way they can understand. We love this article by  CARO…Read More