Education May Play a Role in Decline in Dementia Rates

Education May Play a Role in Decline in Dementia Rates

The number of senior Americans who are being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is declining. According to one study, researchers think that one reason for this decline might be because of an increase in education. This new study looked at two different...
5 Symptoms of Alzheimer’s to Keep an Eye On

5 Symptoms of Alzheimer’s to Keep an Eye On

With more than three million cases in the United States, Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Although it is most commonly seen in people over the age of 60, Alzheimer’s has been diagnosed in patients as young as 19 years old. There is currently no...
When Is the Right Time to Seek Memory Care for Mom?

When Is the Right Time to Seek Memory Care for Mom?

Sometimes, it’s hard for those closest to us to recognize when it’s time for a change, and it can be harder still for our loved ones to talk to us about that necessary change. You may have noticed a few changes in Mom lately, and maybe you have started to wonder if...
Old Timers: Early Signs Mom Needs Memory Care

Old Timers: Early Signs Mom Needs Memory Care

We know that when you care for Mom or Dad, it can be really difficult at times to see the forest for the trees, so to speak. You’ve got your career, family responsibilities, doctor’s appointments, errands to run— it can seem like a never-ending stream of...