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If you or a loved one has Alzheimer’s, you may be interested to learn about a clinical research study now underway.
Mom just turned 94, and is determined to live alone in her home as long as humanly possible. And drive.
Memories help us to manage time past, enhance time in the present, and provide continuity and meaning for times to come.
There are many changes to consider when you're updating a home to be senior friendly. Use these novel ideas to prepare your or your loved one's home for aging in place.
Criminals intent on robbing people's homes often see seniors as easy prey. Here are some basic steps you can implement to reduce the chances of being victimized.
We had been lulled into complacency due to my mother's ridiculously robust health and apparent indestructibility. Now we know better.
A living will allows you to maintain control over your personal health care in situations where you are unable to personally convey your wishes.