Jennifer Bradley

If you find a loved one asking repetitive questions, becoming confused and forgetful, you may think they have dementia, but the cause could be hearing loss. more


Statistics show that many preventable accidents occur in bathrooms. Falls are the top culprit in this category. more


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


“It can be devastating for the person diagnosed and their loved ones; however, many tools, techniques and therapies are available to maintain quality of life,” more


A symptom such as incontinence truly requires a caregiver’s patience and loving heart. more

Jun 14, 2017 10:00 AM Articles

Psychosis or psychotic episodes can be very difficult for caregivers to know how to handle. more


Many companies are popping up around the country, offering practical assistance to long-distance caregivers and compassion to the loved ones needing to change location. more

May 31, 2017 11:24 AM Articles

A hot shower is a must for many people to either start or finish the day. Elderly loved ones, however, are at a greater risk for scalding than other populations for a variety of reasons. more


Shock and disbelief are probably the most common reactions immediately following the diagnosis of paralysis. Adjustment takes time for the caregiver, their loved one, family and friends. more

May 11, 2017 2:55 PM Articles

Your loved one shouldn't be embarrassed in public or during social occasions if living with a swallowing disorder. Here are ways to maintain good quality of life when living with dysphagia. more

May 9, 2017 2:33 PM Articles