How does a caregiver know when it’s time to consider assisted living for their loved one? Sarah Stevenson at A Place for Mom put together a list of signs that memory care or assisted living might be the most helpful option. Here are a few of them:
January is National Bath Safety Month. At home, the highest rate for injuries to seniors “in or around the tub or shower”, so we’d like to share with you some reminders of how to stay comfortable and safe at bath time.Continue reading “Bath Tips for Seniors”
As a society, we are indebted to our caregivers.
Brooking Park helps to recognize the caretakers and family of loved ones by offering an Alzheimer’s Support Group.
Care for your loved one can be provided, free of charge, while you attend the meeting.
Please join us : Wednesday, November 14, from 3:00 – 4:30
Yesterday, Teepa Snow, a leading educator on Alzheimer’s and dementia, shared her experiences, research, and philosophy on memory care with a packed house in Chesterfield at The Willows & Brooking Park.