Helping Seniors Embrace Technology

Technology, is something we use in our daily life, but when it comes to the aging population the stereotype remains that they avoid technology or are uncomfortable using it. But that stereotype is being challenged. According to the AARP 91 percent of those that are over 50 report using a computer and 94 percent use … Continued

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Communication Techniques

A number of specific communication techniques are effective in reducing problematic behaviors and improving day-to-day functioning of people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Reality therapy: Interact with the person with dementia within his or her own frame of reference for the world, even if it has little to do with reality. Validation therapy: … Continued

Alzheimer’s Behavior Challenges – Tips for Managing Care

Tips For Managing Common Symptoms and Perceived Behavior Problems As a caregiver for a loved one, it can be extremely worrying to experience the behavior problems associated with mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease. These behaviors include wandering, aggressiveness, hallucinations, or sleeping and eating difficulties. Additionally, any behavior problems worsen in an inadequate environment and the inability to … Continued