Blog - December 2021
Dementia-Friendly Gift Ideas to Make the Season Bright
Posted on December 20, 2021 in Caregiving
Entering the holiday season with a loved one experiencing dementia can be difficult. If they don't seem engaged with the world, you may be wondering what gifts they may appreciate this holiday season.
Blog - January 2020
On-site child care adds energy and spontaneity to Ohio Living Breckenridge Village
Posted on January 24, 2020 in Caregiving
Blog - January 2019
What You Need to Know About Common Scams
Posted on January 24, 2019 in Caregiving
Financial scams targeting older adults have become extremely prevalent because this demographic is often thought to be an easy target. These scams often go unreported and can be difficult to prosecute.
Blog - October 2018
Tips for Starting the Conversation with Mom or Dad about the Next Chapter
Posted on October 19, 2018 in Caregiving
While mom and dad may have worked hard all their lives with plans of enjoying retirement, their ideas of what that life will be like may be a little vague and highly flexible. Even if they have a vague idea of where their lives are going after retirement, they may have forgotten to clue you in. The best way to learn about future plans for your parents is to sit down and have the talk: where is the best place to live in retirement?
Blog - September 2018
Tips to help families cope with Alzheimer's, mitigate tensions and relieve stress
Posted on September 07, 2018 in Caregiving
Receiving an Alzheimer's diagnosis is never easy — it's life changing, not only for the person receiving the diagnosis but for their family members as well. The disease can exact a devastating toll on family relationships unless everyone pitches in to support caregivers and take steps to secure the financial future of the person with Alzheimer's. These are a few important takeaways from a new survey by the Alzheimer’s Association.