Change is going to happen. Our only option is to look for and embrace as much joy as we can in the process.
We have a knowledgeable, kind and caring crew of volunteer counselors who look forward to assisting you file your taxes.
Ideally, never having to face a dangerous situation would be best, but since life isn’t always ideal, learning how to anticipate peril in order to avoid it would be the best way to keep yourself safe.
At the end of the day, your loved one simply wants what we all want – to know we’re loved. Some days will be better than others, but remember: You’re doing the best you can, and so are they.
Once you begin to look, you will discover a whole world of items designed to help give loved ones’ fingers something to do and perhaps reduce periods of agitation.
Remember, you can’t do it all whether you are the caregiver or friend. Sometimes the best help may be a welcome visit that provides a temporary distraction.
Those who maintained muscle strength were significantly less likely to go on to develop memory impairment or Alzheimer’s disease.
The important thing here is to keep your loved one as active and social as possible while continuing to treat them with dignity and honor.
I would like to suggest a second set of 3R’s for this season of our lives: Remember, Record and Reconnect.
As I read through the entries and scribbles, my heart began to melt. I remembered the various moments of joy, gratefulness and sorrow.