Five Dangers Your Dad Faces on a Winter Walk and How to Prevent Them

A daily walk is a great way for your dad to get exercise. In the winter, it can also be dangerous. Make sure your dad is aware of the risks. Discuss ways for him to stay safe while taking a walk during the winter. Here are five things to talk about. 1. Ice and Packed […]

Are the Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease Hurting Your Caregiver Efforts?

With over 5 million people throughout the United States suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, it is one of the most prevalent conditions of older age. In fact, approximately one out of every 10 people over the age of 64 is currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, and this number increases to one out of every three in […]

Play Brain Games With Seniors

When both the mind and the body are active, elderly people live happier, healthier lives. Family caregivers can ensure their aging loved ones keep in fine mental shape by introducing them to stimulating “brain games.” These are games that researchers believe will promote brain health, boost cognitive ability and delay the onset of dementia. Many […]

Treats and Snacks to Enjoy with Your Family During National Fall Foliage Week

Caregiver in Lowell MI September 27 through October 3 is National Fall Foliage Week. As a family caregiver in the sandwich generation, this is the ideal opportunity for you to find fun and memorable ways for you to spend quality time with both generations and allow them to enjoy the benefits of being a part […]