You’re going to hear a lot from us about how technology can help us live independently longer as we age. Parallel to that goal: How can technology help family caregivers worry less, toil less and lov
My sister and I were caregivers for our mother and father who had dementia/Alzheimer’s and mobility issues. They lived at home and at an assisted living facility. The challenges varied day-to-day.
Over a period of many years I was the primary caregiver for her mother and twin aunts. I had to manage them with dementia/Alzheimer’s and mobility in a combination of assisted living places and in
The AgingWell Hub, in partnership with the National Alliance for Caregiving, has created an integrated journey map for those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. The map can b
The drug that I represented while working as a Pharma Rep was for COPD, Spiriva, from Boehringer Ingelheim. Our training was three weeks of eight-hour days. Toward the end, they had us do a demonst
I was part of a team (stepmom and 3 siblings) that took care of my dad for the last 2 years of his life when he was in his 80s and was living at home. He had mobility issues along with gout and kidney
We are constantly hearing stories and advice about the importance of exercising to stay fit. And while the good condition of our body is essential for our good health, we must not neglect our mind,
Want a first-hand look at what it takes to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s? Watch this MSNBC interview with Ben Bradlee’s widow, Sally Quinn. http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/quinn-taking-