Why Aged Persons Act Like Children

two senior sitting in a bench

Now and then, a senior citizen may start acting and sounding like a young child. Most of the time, this behavior may be caused by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. While these episodes might not always occur every day, it is still very concerning to family, loved ones, and even a caregiver. While … Read more

Best Stimulating Activities for Older People with Dementia


Boredom and lack of simulation are one of the most frustrating things for older people with dementia. They require mentally stimulating activities to help them get better cognitive function, fight cognitive decline, lessen irritability and anxiety. Luckily, you can do lots of encouraging and pleasurable activities with them to fulfill the need … Read more

Helping Alzheimer’s Patients with Fruits and Vegetables

A table full of vegetables

As we grow old, our bodies continue to change, making us more prone to different types of a medical conditions. Although these changes seem inevitable, there are several ways for us to make sure our body is having the right nutrition, which improves our overall health. Furthermore, various medical disorders are common … Read more

Mind Sharpening Activities for the Elderly

elderly men playing chess

There are several reasons why the elderly tend to experience cognitive issues. This cognitive can all be managed, delayed, or completely avoided by helping them to keep their brain active and engaged. In fact, some of these activities do not just help them; it also gives you and your loved one a … Read more

Setting Up a Safe Room for A Person With Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

Home safety is important for each and everyone, especially for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or any form of dementia. If you have to take care of a patient with Alzheimer’s disease, chances are you are looking for ways to make it conducive for someone with memory loss. It is of paramount importance … Read more

When Was Alzheimer’s Discovered And Who Discovered It?

When Was Alzheimer's Discovered And Who Discovered It

Alzheimer’s disease stays as one of the terrifying diagnoses and illnesses out there. No surprise as it is irreversible, and claws its way into the brain, slowly destroying thinking skills and memory, taking out the capability to do even the simplest tasks. Not to mention that it’s also fatal and ranks sixth … Read more