Rehabilitation helps stroke survivors recover. In-home care helps families help their loved one.
The leading scientific organization in the U.S. calls for greater recognition and support for family caregivers, the bedrock of our elder care system.
When "Mom loved you best!" and "What's best for Mom?" collide, putting aside old resentments is a necessary first step.
New studies reveal the health benefits of living in a neighborhood where we feel connected to others.
How are seniors and society affected by normal age-related changes of memory and thinking?
Some common concerns you might have while considering professional in-home care for yourself or a loved one.
It's a tough issue for older adults and the families who worry about them: Are Mom and Dad safe behind the wheel?
Families may overlook cognitive and behavioral changes that could mean a loved one has Alzheimer's disease.
A recent report from Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) focused on negative attitudes about the disease and the impact on people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, as well as the effect on their families.