Alzheimer's disease can be frightening for adults and kids alike. Here's help responding to your child's questions.
Caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer's? Consider simple tips to help your loved one handle daily tasks.
A person who has Alzheimer's may be hazardous on the road. Know how to keep your loved one safe.
When a loved one has Alzheimer's disease, family stress is inevitable. To minimize conflicts, address the issues together.
Celebrating the holidays with a loved one who has Alzheimer's? Consider your loved one's needs, but don't forget about your own.
If you're an Alzheimer's caregiver, you might prefer to keep your loved one at home. Still, it's important to evaluate your loved one's future needs.
If you're caring for someone who has Alzheimer's, you may be concerned about wandering. Find out why it happens — and how to prevent it.
If you're caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer's, don't go it alone. Friends and loved ones can help share the burden.
Communicating with a person who has Alzheimer's can be challenging. Consider simple tips for better give-and-take.
If your loved one has Alzheimer's, you probably have many questions — and limited time with his or her doctor. Here's help making the most of medical visits.
Are you planning a move for a loved one who has Alzheimer's disease? Consider these tips to prepare for the big day.
Caregivers are vulnerable to depression — but you can take active steps to prevent depression and feel your best. Consider these tips.
Alzheimer's caregivers need all the support they can get. If you'd like to help an Alzheimer's caregiver but don't know how, consider these practical tips.
Choosing a home care provider can be difficult. Here's help asking the right questions.
Long-distance caregiving requires careful planning. Understand what you can do to help your loved one from afar.
April 03, 2014