What if I Suspect My Mother Has Dementia?
Mom’s forgetfulness has now reached the point you suspect she has dementia. What should you do? When you’re dealing with aging in a place loved ones may have dementia, providing them with the care they need can be challenging. But doing so is possible when you use this approach.
Caring for a Loved One with Dementia
EasyLiving knows that caring for a loved one with dementia can be difficult. Here are some tips to make it easier for you and your family member.
Dealing with Difficult Behavior Because of Alzheimer’s
EasyLiving provides information on how to deal with difficult behavior because of Alzheimer's from seniors in Clearwater, FL, Holiday, FL, & Temple Terrace, FL.
Tips for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Daily Tasks
EasyLiving is the leading provider of dementia care services in Clearwater, FL, Holiday, FL, Temple Terrace, FL, & the surrounding areas.
Mom’s an Alcoholic and She Doesn’t Remember: Alcohol and Aging
Alcohol and aging: an increasing problem, not talked about often, but being dealt with by many families and professionals. The problem and how to get help.
Five Movies about Dementia and Caregiving
Recommended movies about dementia and caregiving. Check out these movies to gain a better understanding of Alzheimer's/dementia and caregiving.
Caregivers Are the Real Heroes; Here’s Why
Caregivers are heroes. We share why caregivers deserve our appreciation for their strength, creativity, and essential work for those in need.
10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease vs. Normal Aging
Signs of Alzheimer's disease and how to tell it apart from normal age-related cognitive changes. Alzheimer's disease warning signs.
Traveling with Someone Who Has Dementia? Let Us Show You How
Need to travel with a person who has dementia? We share tips for making travel with dementia easier and ensuring a safe trip.
How Setting a Daily Goal Can Help You Caring for Someone with Dementia
Learn how setting a daily goal can help you when caring for someone with dementia. Benefits and how to set a goal when caring for someone with dementia.