Tips & Resources for Dementia Caregivers During a Pandemic

Tips & Resources for Dementia Caregivers During a Pandemic

A person living with dementia is already dealing with feelings of isolation. For one-on-one dementia caregivers, it can feel like this pandemic has dealt you a double-blow since you are now likely in isolation together. A person with dementia cannot process things...
Hope and Help for Dementia Caregivers in Dothan, AL

Hope and Help for Dementia Caregivers in Dothan, AL

“They won’t be able to remember what you said, but they will remember the love,” said Katie Holland, Director of the Respite Care Ministry in Dothan, Alabama. Respite care is temporary care of a dependent elderly, ill, or handicapped person, which provides a break for...

5 Signs Your Parent May Need Memory Care

Everyone has trouble remembering things from time to time, but when memory loss begins to disrupt your parent’s or loved one’s daily life, it may be time to consider Memory Care. Memory Care is a level of senior health care that specifically caters to people who...