November 2017

Recognizing that your elderly parent or loved one can no longer care for themselves is a difficult process. Working to meet the complex needs of elderly loved ones can take its toll on caregivers, especially for those tasked with the daily challenges of full time work and parenting duties. In many cases, caregivers are adult children and relatives of those suffering from various forms of dementia, which is a severe decline in mental functioning that interferes with daily life.  Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The heart wrenching conflict of wanting to do what is... Read More »