This behavior is termed “Sundowning.” Sundowning (or Sundowner’s) is not a disease, but a symptom categorization under the overall symptoms of Alzheimer’s. What is Sundowning and Why Does It Occur? Sundowning is traditionally triggered during the evening or when there is little sunlight. The exact reason for Sundowning has not yet been found, which is… Read More


The holidays are here and finding the perfect gift for your loved one may be a bit challenging. You might believe they have acquired all they have ever wanted or needed, but perhaps not. Loved ones tend to say they don’t have any gifts in mind, making it even more difficult to find a meaningful… Read More


You may believe your memories and experiences are of no or little value, but they are priceless. Read further for suggestions on how to preserve your legacy for generations to come. Organize A Photo-Album or Scrapbook Photo-albums and scrapbooks are always in fashion. Collect the favorite images you have collected over time and place them… Read More


It does, however, weaken the immune system. A day spent outdoors requires appropriate precautions to be taken in order to stay healthy, especially during this flu season. Flu shots are recommended every year but safe health habits and hygiene are equally important. Cover your mouth when coughing, wash hands frequently and avoid crowds. The flu… Read More


Visit regularly if you have a loved one as a resident and offer new interaction. Enjoy time together and maintain a positive approach. If you’re uncertain about how to adapt to their new lifestyle, here are tips to consider and activities to do with your loved one in Long-Term care. Remember, it is not unusual… Read More