5 Things Your Parent with Dementia Wants You to Do

Seeing a loved one have to live with dementia can be extremely difficult to deal with. There are bound to be bouts of stubbornness, confusion, and resistance, and you may often find yourself confused as to how to address all … Continue reading

Taking Good Care Of A Loved One With Dementia

Taking care of a loved one with dementia may seem like a very frustrating task that can get emotional at times. Dementia is the broad definition of the deterioration of a person’s mental abilities, and as their condition gradually worsens … Continue reading

Get In Touch With Your Loved Ones And Show Them That You Care

It is understood that families have their own responsibilities that they need to attend to and that sometimes, these responsibilities keep us away from spending quality time with our families, most especially our senior loved ones who live away from … Continue reading

Not Verbally Expressive? 4 Ways You Can Show Your Love to Your Elderly Loved Ones

We want to say it, but we just…can’t. Not being verbally expressive can be challenging, especially if you want to show how much you appreciate or love someone. A lot of people would just say that we should just “spit … Continue reading

3 Things I Learned from Looking After an Elderly Person

… a personal story from someone who lost a loved one When we see a movie or a TV show, they often depict the elderly as people who display being cranky or having a sour mood. As kids, we have … Continue reading

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How Homemaking Benefits the Elderly

Loneliness is a human enemy, is it not? If you’ve heard the adage, “no man is an island”, that pretty much sums up the negative implications of living alone. Apparently, this scenario becomes common as someone reaches the senior years. … Continue reading

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