caregiver with assisting senior woman with masks on their face.
Providing care for a senior with Alzheimer’s disease is challenging under the best of circumstances; mix in a worldwide pandemic, one which calls for social distancing, personal protective equipment (PPE), and meticulous sanitation of both us and our home, and… Read More
Portrait of middle-aged lovely woman
Caring for a loved one living with dementia is a fluid, ever-evolving undertaking. One day may be calm and peaceful, with your loved one enjoying activities, eating healthy meals, and sharing laughter with you; while the next day might be… Read More
Close Up Of Senior Woman With String Tied Around Finger As Reminder
While dementia takes the spotlight in diagnoses for older adults struggling with confusion, forgetfulness, and disorientation, there’s another condition that is widely prevalent, produces similar symptoms, and most importantly, is curable: delirium. In fact, as many as ¾ of seniors … Read More
two happy elderly women spending time with each other at home
Caring for a person you love with dementia is certainly not something to laugh about. Yet studies are frequently pointing towards the benefits associated with humor, and incorporating it into dementia care could possibly be exactly what the doctor ordered… Read More
Artificial intelligence, machine learning concept with glowing brain neurons.
Memory loss and Alzheimer’s go hand in hand, and until now, researchers have been stumped in determining how to prevent, or remove, those beta-amyloid and tau proteins at the heart of the problem. Yet recent research has shown incredible results… Read More
Help at Home
While there are certain commonalities, Alzheimer’s disease impacts each individual differently. Our highly trained Atlanta dementia caregivers know, for instance, that although one individual may find pleasure from being outdoors, another person could possibly be overwhelmed by so much sensory… Read More
Dementia in Women
Scientists are finally beginning to get a grip on the imbalance between dementia in women as compared to men. At this time, approximately 2/3 of those with Alzheimer’s in the U.S. are female, and as scientists begin to better comprehend… Read More
alzheimer's research - dementia care atlanta
Alzheimer’s research takes a giant leap forward, thanks to a new tool that allows pathologists to analyze and classify amyloid plaques and abnormalities in blood vessels through technology similar to face recognition software – leading to the ability to process… Read More
Man behind locked door
Of the numerous effects of Alzheimer’s disease, perhaps one of the most alarming is the individual’s propensity for wandering as well as the potential dangers which can arise in the event that the senior becomes confused or lost. Wandering may… Read More
daughter visiting her senior mother in hospital
Although scores of senior loved ones are struggling with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease, a far greater number of family members are trying to cope with taking care of them. Interestingly, nearly 75% of family care providers are managing their… Read More