» Has Mom been scammed?
06/10/15 20:27 from Rss Feed - - Active Discussions
Has your Mom been taken in by con artists? She's not alone. One expert has tips on how families can communicate about the scams that are out there and avoid being robbed. https://www.homewatchcar...ly-scams-and-how-to-cope Go to last...

» Resources for disease research
21/09/15 07:16 from Rss Feed - - Active Discussions
yes! i completely agree。 Go to last post

» Asking for support
22/07/15 06:45 from Rss Feed - - Active Discussions
In 2009 my life was turned upside down when my mum was cruelly diagnosed with dementia at the age of 51, 3 years later she passed away. Through her decline the three words she remembered to say were “I love you.” My mum had a passion for...

» Caring for Mom
13/07/15 20:12 from Rss Feed - - Active Discussions
Hi there, I saw this article about how one man is seeing the positives in his mother who is living with Alzheimer's disease. I liked how candid he is about the really hard changes in his Mom, but also that he can have a sense of humo...

» Support Registry
31/03/15 18:11 from Rss Feed - - Active Discussions
Hello everyone. I'm working in a student team at Northwestern University in IL to build a Support Registry, a site that can help people manage and delegate all the that they have to do when caring for someone. We believe that one per...

» Living with Alzheimer’s: A First-Person Account
26/08/14 19:12 from Family Caregiver Blog
Michael Ellenbogen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at age 39. A former corporate manager, he now dedicates his time and energy to education and eradication of Alzheimer’s disease. This article was written with the assistance of Em...

» Caregiving Helps Dreams Come True
29/07/14 20:33 from Family Caregiver Blog
Sherri Snelling is the owner of Caregiving Club, a website dedicated to supporting caregivers. Sometimes life doesn’t just offer lemons, it offers lemonade. Little did I know that caregiving for my father would also help me fulfill my li...

» 5 Tips to Engage the Brain
25/06/14 19:00 from Family Caregiver Blog
By David J. Barczyk, D.C. With few exceptions, the human body is a self-healing organism and would function, in most cases, without a hiccup if we were able to give it all the things it needs – nutrition, exercise and spiritual food.  Mo...

» Dads of Disability: An Early Father’s Day Gift from a Jedi Knight
27/05/14 16:09 from Family Caregiver Blog
Gary Dietz is author of “Dads of Disability: Stories for, by, and about fathers of children who experience disability (and the women who love them).” Gary’s son, Alexander, has an interstitial deletion of the lower arm of chromosome 13. ...

» Get Fit with SilverSneakers®
28/04/14 22:31 from Family Caregiver Blog
In honor of Older Americans Month, Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness program share some tips on getting fit. It’s never, ever too late to improve your health through activity. In an eight-year study, researchers discovered older a...

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