How to Recognize When an Aging Parent Needs Help

When caring for an aging parent from afar, it can be hard to know when your help is needed. Your parent may not want to worry you or may be embarrassed to admit that he or she cannot handle certain daily activities. You may recognize differences in their behavior. These signs may seem small, but they are crucial for an aging parent’s safety and well-being.

Tips to Help a Person with Alzheimer’s Stay Safe at Home During the Holidays

People with Alzheimer’s disease may not see, smell, hear, and/or remember things as they used to. You can identify and remove potential home hazards to make life safer and easier for them. Consider the following tips to help prevent accidents…

NIA Announces a Summer Virtual Meeting Series to Engage the Dementia Care Community

As part of the annual Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias events hosted by NIH, NIA was set to host the 2020 Dementia Care, Caregiving, and Services summit this past March. While the COVID-19 pandemic and physical distancing guidance kept us…