Online community dedicated to education, advocacy and supporting those whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Alzheimers.net gives caregivers, those with Alzheimer’s and themselves a place to share their passion for change and a cure for the disease.
A must-read blog for anyone involved in the Alzheimer's community -- caregivers, family, friends and professionals alike. Contains more than 3,360 articles in its knowledge base. The site tackles real world problems and offers advice and solutions on issues like: repetitive questioning, challenging behavior, how to understand Alzheimer's disease, how to cope with the disease, and how to communicate effectively with a person living with dementia.
The benefits of art therapy can be quite broad. It can improve lives by helping people improve their mental, emotional, and even physical states. It can raise the quality of life for many people, and it’s worth considering if it can aid you in some way or another. This blog contains a number of inspiring articles and stories about the benefits of art therapy for the average person as well as for those with more serious disorders.
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Steve Wood reveals his failures and success stories from his many years of being a gardener as he blogs about his current garden in Indiana. He also includes feature articles with how-to information on gardening as well as a few favorite, time-tested recipes to try out and benefit from in your own home.
The later years of life can bring many joys and challenges. Elmcroft is committed to making these precious years fulfilling and enjoyable. In their Senior Living Blog, Elmcroft shares a variety of articles including recommendations for fun activities, important medications management tips, safety advice and so much more.
Described as “a place for everyone who's become a senior before their time,” Suddenly Senior mixes some of the world's best jokes with useful information and poignant true stories.
Ronni Bennett tells it like it is and has earned accolades from the Washington Post ("the quintessential seniors' blog") and from AARP (the dean of elder bloggers").