Most people only consider end-of-life care when they are becoming older. However, a medical emergency that renders you unconscious or unable to make your own decisions could occur at any time. In these cases, it is up to family members to make the decision based on their perceptions of your preferences. Making an advance di... Read More
Each of us experiences aging differently, and beginning a new stage of life may provide difficulties you didn't anticipate. You may have reached a turning point where you feel ready to try something new. Senior housing may have been mentioned, but you're certain it's not the best option for you. If so, it may be time to rec... Read More
With the aging population growing and more people suffering from these cognitive disorders, dementia, which includes Alzheimer's disease, is becoming a bigger topic of discussion in American healthcare.
About 5.8 million people were estimated to have Alzheimer's disease i... Read More