On Valentine’s Day, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is offering helpful information about ways families affected by Alzheimer’s disease can celebrate the love and care they have for one another and strengthen their relationships. Read more


These conversations can go in all sorts of directions. Sometimes it’s best to let that happen. But there are a few key issues you should cover: Read more

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If your loved one has diabetes, be sure to take foot care seriously. Read more


Everyone gets a cut or scrape once in a while, but in the senior population, wounds are much more serious. Read more


With summer fun in the sun now in full swing, millions of Americans are ditching the heavy footwear of winter months in favor of sandals, slings, and free-wheeling flip-flops. And with the sudden emergence of all these twinkling toes, Read more


Caregivers need all the help they can get. One of the most difficult barriers to helping a loved one is knowing the best approaches to addressing the issues that need to be addressed. Read more


The concept of building a care team is not new, yet many families and caregivers are unaware of its importance to their respective roles. Read more

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