Michael Plontz

Too often caregivers feel that their loved one’s incontinence is a natural result of aging, dementia, medication or disability. They may not seek help because they assume that nothing can be done. more

Oct 18, 2017 10:00 AM Articles

Urinary incontinence can occur at any age for any number of reasons. Women are 50% more likely to be affected than men. more


Early detection of Mild Cognitive Impairment is essential for both loved one and caregiver. more

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Caregiving can sometimes be a depressing venture. Not only does it usually involve someone we love deteriorating before our eyes, our own lives become completely rearranged. more


Your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.  The first thing you want to do is find out all you can about the disease but what do you tell your kids? more


As a caregiver you must be adept at dealing with insurance issues. Especially in today’s complicated world of HMO’s, PPO’s and long term care policies. What happens if your insurer refuses to pay part, or all, of your bills? more