What would you tell a friend that has expressed to you that they are struggling with feeling overwhelmed? Think good thoughts. You’re doing amazing. Don’t be so hard on yourself. This too… Read More
Joy can be infused into your loved one’s day when you take time to have meaningful conversations. Reminiscing about past experiences and connecting over a person’s interests can help provide… Read More
An Online Educational Event Friday, May 1 | 10-11:30 AM Alzheimer’s San Diego and ActivCare Living are thrilled to present an online event with renowned dementia educator, @Teepa Snow. The… Read More
As a caregiver, your day is filled with planning and organizing your loved one’s routines and then, suddenly, a mood shifts. They become agitated or unjustifiably paranoid. How do you… Read More
In this season of family celebrations, you may be planning a visit with a loved one with dementia. We have found some suggestions for how to make your visits with… Read More
Redirecting techniques for caregivers assisting individuals with Alzheimer’s or related dementia.Provided by Todd A. Shetter, Chief Operating Officer of ActivCare Living.
By Todd A. Shetter, Chief Operating Officer of ActivCare Living, Inc.
USA Today reports the findings of a recent study about the negative cognitive affects of hospitalization on the elderly.
As you may know, getting your loved ones to eat adequately can sometimes be difficult. Here are some quick tips to help facilitate the dining process for those living with dementia and their loved ones:
When a loved one is suffering from dementia it can be a stressful time for friends and family.