Our Mission

Our goal with this blog is simple: to educate and empower our clients and their loved ones by providing them with the tools and resources to make care easier. We do this by offering posts by experts on home care, transition care, dementia, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and elderly care.

  • Alzheimer’s and Eyesight

    Alzheimer’s and Eyesight

    Our eyes and brain are intrinsically linked by the optic nerve. Images are passed from the eyes to the brain by sending neurons through this neve to be interpreted by the visual cortex. In patients with Alzheimer’s, the neurons can be interrupted and send faulty signals to the visual cortex, resulting in various problems.
  • Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease currently affecting more than 5 million Americans. While every patient is different, Alzheimer’s patients generally follow the same phases as their disease progresses, although the rate of progression can vary widely depending on the individual.
  • Home Care CAN Fit Your Budget

    Home Care CAN Fit Your Budget

    Deciding to pursue home care for your loved one can be a stressful situation for many reasons. Your loved one may struggle with the loss of their independence, not to mention the financial toll that home care can take on an already limited budget. Although home care may seem out of your budget, there are many ways to fit this important care into any budget.
  • Understanding Sundowner’s Syndrome

    Understanding Sundowner’s Syndrome

    Sundowner’s syndrome, also known as sundowning, is a term used to describe the phenomenon where older patients, often in long-term care or a hospital facility, can become confused, angry or otherwise agitated during the late afternoon, evening or nighttime.
  • Leave No Man Behind: Helping Veterans Fight Against Dementia

    Leave No Man Behind: Helping Veterans Fight Against Dementia

    Dementia has been identified as one of the chief age-related diseases plaguing North America and the United States in particular. While many non-veteran aged people face dementia, they are usually cared for by their families. However, veterans need special care, given that they might be facing other illnesses such as PTSD and depression alongside dementia.
  • Alzheimer's Warning Signs

    Alzheimer's Warning Signs

    September 21 is World’s Alzheimer’s Day and an important time to raise awareness for this condition affecting more than 5 million people in the US.

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