Breaking Down the Myths: Dispelling Common Alzheimer’s Misconceptions

Based on a study conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 6 million people in America suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, and this number is projected to rise to 13 million by the year 2050. Alzheimer’s disease is a cognitive disorder that slowly deteriorates memory, thinking skills, and the ability to carry out simple tasks. It […]

Understanding Sundowning in Seniors: Strategies for Managing Evening Agitation

As the sun gracefully sets on the horizon, some seniors enter a puzzling state of agitation known as “sundowning” in the evening hours. The phenomenon casts a shadow of confusion and restlessness in seniors with dementia or cognitive impairments and presents unique challenges for caregivers in providing unwavering support and comfort. In this exploration, we […]

The Role of Technology in Enhancing Memory Care for Seniors

As we age, our memories become treasured collections of our life moments and experiences. However, seniors with memory-related conditions like Alzheimer’s and dementia tend to gradually lose these precious memories. During these difficult times, technology steps in, providing compassionate and innovative solutions to improve memory care. From voice-activated assistants and memory-boosting apps to amazing virtual […]