Once considered a problem only with those suffering from Celiac disease, gluten has now become a major health concern. Evidence supports Celiac Disease is on the rise with the elderly.   What Research Says Current research finds Celiac Disease does occur even in individuals who have had no prior problem with gluten. Some studies have… Read More


Life is frustrating when young children don’t listen. A parent who refuses to listen is equally as exasperating. It is important to have a conversation and have parents listen, especially when considering a move to Senior Living.… Read More


Behaviors often increase at the end of the day when symptoms may intensify. This is known as Sundowner’s Syndrome. Not all patients who have Alzheimer’s or Dementia exhibit symptoms of Sundowners but many experience late day confusion and as a result have irregular sleep schedules. When a parent or a loved one suffers from these… Read More


It keeps bodies healthy and minds sharp while providing quality of life. Exercise has many benefits, but unfortunately they are often ignored. The following are tips on how Seniors, especially your loved ones, are able to stay active in their golden years. Exercise with Them Offer to sign up for a mutual exercise class or… Read More


I’m not sure who Olga is but she seems to have an incredible power of will. Each of us has a basic instinct to survive and incredible inner core of strength. on It is in recognizing this strength and nurturing its growth we rise above the changes and complexities of life. Caregivers often do not… Read More