Tag Archives: memory loss

Medication Management When Caring For Seniors

January 3, 2013

0 Comments

  Pills and your parents Are you recognizing the challenges of aging? Are your parents having those slowed reflexes, memory lapses, those senior moments? Don’t wait for a swallowing disaster When you sit down to dinner do you wonder why she continues to clear her throat? You wonder about the enormous amount of pills they […]

Continue reading...

Alzheimer’s Care

November 17, 2011

0 Comments

 I have heard this statement so many times, My Mother doesn’t have Alzheimer’s BUT Ask yourself these questions can your mother describe what happened yesterday? Can she remember what she had for breakfast?  Most of the time the answers are no. Predicted to be the epidemic of the twenty-first century, Alzheimer’s is a ticking time […]

Continue reading...

Prepare for Hip Surgery

October 27, 2011

0 Comments

  Prepare for Hip Surgery Are you or your loved one about to go in for hip surgery? Safety Precautions for Avoiding Falls Most hospitals falls occur the first few days after admission when people may be unsure of their surroundings. Here are some suggestions, which may help prevent falls during your hospitalization. Get out […]

Continue reading...

Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s

February 8, 2011

0 Comments

Probably the first and most important question that comes up about loss of memory is knowing when the memory loss is normal. It’s normal to be concerned about slipping into some form of dementia, like Alzheimer’s It helps to understand the difference between these different terms. Memory loss is a normal loss of brain cells […]

Continue reading...