Yearly Archives: 2020

Jul 15, 2020

When COVID-19 brought lockdowns and quarantines, the media gave significant attention to parents losing the services of day care and other childcare outside the home. But what about the more than 260,000 families across the nation who depend on day care for their adult loved ones? Adult day care ...

Jun 15, 2020

Each year June is recognized as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month in hopes that we will all take time to think about and make lifestyle changes that benefit our mind and body wellness.  Elder-Well® programs focus on the pillars that positively benefit brain and body health for aging adults. ...

May 01, 2020

Having An Alternative Long-Term Care Option

Overwhelming Decisions As caregivers and decision makers for aging loved ones, choosing long-term care for them can be overwhelming, frustrating and many times accompanied with feelings of guilt. This is especially true when considering placing their loved one into a long-term care residence. Th...

Apr 01, 2020

COVID-19 Brings Caregivers To Their Breaking Point

Caregiver Burnout Accelerated! The demands of Caregiving for a loved one with a dementia is exhausting, isolating and overwhelming. Respite services are difficult to find, friends and family members are reluctant to provide care and paid caregivers are expensive and many times unpredictable. The...

Mar 01, 2020

Elders and the Danger of Malnutrition

March has been recognized as National Nutrition Month. Good nutrition is critical to all our overall health and well-being, but many older adults are at a high risk of having inadequate nutrition. We should all be aware of the signs and risks of malnutrition in our older loved ones and take time to...

Feb 01, 2020

Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan

Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Illinois. He served as The United States 40th President from 1981-1989.  There are many historical and personal events and accomplishments that we remember about President Reagan such as: An accomplished actor appearing in more than 50 films...

Jan 20, 2020

Dementia’s affect on the 5 Senses

One consequence of dementia which is often overlooked are the affect it has on the bodies 5 senses. If you are caring for a loved one with a dementia, keep in mind that sensory changes are important to be aware of to keep your loved one safe and engaged.  Making changes in their environment and ...

Jan 10, 2020

Military Veteran Caregivers Are At A Higher Risk of Experiencing Depression And Social Isolation.

Did you know that military veteran caregivers are twice as likely to experience depression and social isolation than non-military caregivers? There have been major military operations that have affected our military members and veterans since 1939 to present day, so these family caregivers may be...

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