Dementia Care Worldwide

How do different countries tackle dementia care?

Navigating the Delicate Transition to a Care Home 

For many seniors, there will come a chapter in their lives when a move into a care home will provide the safest and best quality of life.  However, the transition into a care home is never easy.  It is often  marked by emotional and psychological challenges that affect not only the seniors but also their families and caregivers. It is crucial to recognize and address the significance of maintaining a sense of identity and purpose during this difficult journey. 

Fall Prevention Strategies: Essential Components of a Senior Care Plan

With a compassionate approach and expert guidance, you can provide the best possible care and protect your loved ones from the potential hazards of falls.

Long-Distance Caregiving 

Caring for an aging loved one can be challenging, especially when you live far away. Long-distance caregiving comes with a unique set of concerns and obstacles, making it difficult to ensure quality care and advocate for seniors effectively.

Assessing Senior Living: Uncovering the Essentials of a Quality Residence

When looking for a senior living residence for a loved one, it’s important to do your research to make an informed decision and ensure the safety and wellbeing of your senior family member.

Home Downsizing Options

Is it time to start thinking about downsizing? Here’s a rundown of the more popular housing types and what they offer.

What’s Involved with ElderCare Planning?

Elder care planning can be quite overwhelming, especially in the beginning stages.  One may have to learn how to navigate the private and public health care systems, and evaluate what type of housing or home care services are available and what resources are best for the senior. Here’s a way to start….

Advanced Directives for Medical Care – If, When, and How Long?

No one likes to think about it, but there’s no time like the present to start thinking about your medical care as you age. 

Planning out your care in advance will not only give you an opportunity to let your wishes be known, but it will also take much of the burden off of the family on how to proceed with your care.