It’s a condition that can take away nearly half of a person’s vision before they even notice and experts believe that half of the people who have glaucoma don’t even know it.
Structure and routine creates benefits for both an in-home caregiver and their loved one with dementia.
This is how the Homewatch CareGivers offices hit by Superstorm Sandy at the end of October got through the aftermath of the storm, continuing to provide senior home care for those who needed it.
Some of the signs Deptula recommends people do three things when visiting elderly relatives over the holidays (or anytime) to determine if they need senior care.
However, with a person caring for someone living with dementia, it can actually be more beneficial to avoid corrections and even tell harmless fibs.
The reality is that people should find ways to “continue their connection” with those who have passed on, Daniels said.