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  • Best Ways for Your Elderly Loved One to Keep Their Vision Healthy As people start getting older, their vision usually changes. This can happen in someone’s 30s, 40s, 50s, and older years, too. If you are a family caregiver, then you may have already noticed that your elderly loved one’s vision isn’t as good as it once was. However, it ... Continue Reading
  • What Might You Need to Know About Lewy Body Dementia? Lewy body dementia is a type of dementia that is caused from abnormal protein deposits in one’s brain. The deposits (Lewy bodies) change the chemicals in the person’s brain. This leads to issues with behavior, mood, movement, and thinking. This is the 3rd most common type of ... Continue Reading
  • Bathroom Products You Might Not Realize Your Parents Need Aging at home works well for your mom and dad. You took all of the precautions and set up their house to be safe. You thought about fall risks. You keep their kitchen stocked. You've done all of the right things, but there still be one area you overlooked. As you age, your ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Alzheimer’s Disease Wandering Prevention If your elderly loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, one of the things that you might be worried about is them wandering. There are many elderly people who have Alzheimer’s that wander. They might go outside of their home and around the neighborhood. They might wander around ... Continue Reading