The Long-Distance Caregiver for Older Adults: Identifying and Coping With the Challenges of Long-Distance Caregiving
Elder Abuse: Identifying and Advocating for Seniors
Promoting Inclusive Communication in Caregiving Families
Planning Ahead to Age in Place
How Value-Based Purchasing Is Changing Post-Acute Care Business Environments
6 Key Elements to Understanding Dementia
It is estimated that 1 out of 6 women and 1 out of 10 men older than age 55 will develop dementia. Today, there are 5 million older adults who have dementia, and that number is growing. While a diagnosis of dementia is a result of a physician’s assessment, often the care falls to a paid or unpaid caregiver, which can be overwhelming.