Yearly Archives: 2019

Dec 31, 2019

Caregiver Support For Those Caring For An Elderly Loved One

It is estimated that about 85% of family caregivers in the U.S. receive no respite care support.  Theses caregivers are vulnerable to social isolation, depression and additional stress related health effects. For the caregivers that continue to work outside the home the lack of respite support o...

Dec 17, 2019

How to Combat Social Isolation

Human beings are social creatures and thus our connection to others enables us to survive and thrive. Yet, as we age, many of us are alone more often than when we were younger. AARP estimates that more than 8 million adults age 50 and older are affected by isolation. That also includes people in the...

Dec 03, 2019

What is a “Social Model” Adult Day Program?

There are three types of adult day care programs, or centers, that offer services in a professional care setting to adults in need of support during the day including the social model, medical model and specialized model. Here are details about each of those: The social model – Provides meals...

Nov 15, 2019

The Importance of Monitoring Hydration For Someone With A Dementia

Dehydration is a common challenge for adults with a dementia diagnosis and an important condition for their caregivers to understand.  Recognizing the signs and causes of dehydration and learning interventions can help caregivers ensure their loved ones are never dangerously dehydrated. Most old...

Nov 01, 2019

Predictable And Stable Daily Routines

Most people with dementia often lose the ability to plan and organize their day independently, which can lead to anxiety, boredom and frustration.  Planning your day in advance helps create a predictable and stable routine for both the caregiver and the person receiving the care. Organizing acti...

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