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Living with Vascular Dementia

Identifying dementia signs is challenging. Dianne Campbell was diagnosed with vascular dementia in her 40s, disregarding age as a factor.

Safe Living for Seniors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone, including seniors who are vulnerable and may struggle to adapt to new safety protocols.

Loneliness & Seniors

Retirement brings changes to our social circle and can lead to loneliness as we navigate the challenges of aging.

When the Caregiver Needs Care

As loved ones age, a family member often becomes their caregiver, taking on various roles. However, this responsibility can lead to caregiver burnout, a significant issue in today's society.

Difficult Conversations with Your Aging Parents

As our parents age, we may need to take on a caregiver role, leading to difficult conversations about their well-being. Balancing health and safety with their dignity and happiness is crucial. Here are tips for initiating and navigating these sensitive discussions with your parents.

The Truth About Dementia

Dementia is a perplexing and heartbreaking condition in aging individuals. Understanding dementia and supporting your loved one through its symptoms are discussed in this article.

Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

After receiving numerous questions about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, I wanted to share the warning signs of Alzheimer's and dementia. Recognizing these signs is crucial as they are often mistaken for normal age-related changes. Differentiating between them is important, and I'll provide guidance on how to do so.