Awkwardness. Discomfort. Disbelief. Shame. Many of these feelings can cycle through a family caregiver’s heart when a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease displays disinhibited dementia behaviors, such as: Tactless or rude comments Unacceptable sexual remarks or advances Removal of clothes at improper times And other socially unacceptable actionscontinue reading
Welcome to our in-home care blog where you can find the latest medical news, information about senior health, care, finances, and nutrition, or simply learn more about home care in the Los Angeles area. This is where we keep you up-to-date with everything you need to know about caring for older adults.
While comedians and circus clowns may stir audiences to laughter over such stunts as slipping on a banana peel, there is nothing funny about falling when it comes to older adults, who are at an elevated risk for serious injuries that may result in a lengthy rehabilitation process. Not just that, but there’s a lesser […]continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic put our world on pause, including, among many other activities, healthcare appointments and procedures. As a matter of fact, approximately half of all adults either canceled or delayed routine medical care and elective treatments since the coronavirus crisis began, leading medical professionals to grow worried about the effects.continue reading
Researchers at the UC San Diego School of Medicine who thought they were examining connective tissue cell protein got quite a surprise when they alternatively discovered a therapy to eliminate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in mice. Not just that, but the treatment could be beneficial in various conditions that call for the need to […]continue reading
It can come seemingly out of the blue: you put your loved one’s favorite tuna sandwich in front of her – light on the mayo, no onions – something which typically brings her pleasure. But this time, she pushes the plate away and will not take a bite, insisting that you have poisoned the meal.continue reading