7 Mistakes Long-Distance Caregivers Make

By Jill Abell If your elderly loved one lives far away, it might seem challenging to help from a distance. Long-distance caregiving is especially challenging if your loved one’s care is not addressed before a crisis. Here are some common mistakes you can avoid to ensure your loved one is cared for and that you…

The Impact of Music on Alzheimer’s

Music is all around us. People are exposed to the beauty of music long before they realize – since childhood and until the end of time. It evokes many emotions, many of which during the harshest or saddest of times, helps us feel alive, invigorated and appreciate the very hidden qualities of arousal embedded deep…

Taking my pills on time

If you think about it, taking a pill shouldn’t be that hard of a task. So why is it that every time my doctor prescribes me medication with the simple instruction of taking ‘one pill per day as needed for 10 days’ it always takes me upwards of two or three weeks to complete the…