Tips for caring for elderly parents: Dementia, Mind-Controlled Wheelchair, and More

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Caring for elderly parents with dementia

Chicken Soup series caring for elderly parents with dementia

SandwichINK enjoyed being a part of the EldercareABC Blog Carnival last week. You can find my post with several others of interest, on such topics as “Can Seniors Go On Living at Home?,” “Medication Management,” and “Overcoming Loneliness.”

Very Interesting info  – Couples have a lower risk of dementia!

Exercise can improve memory in a person suffering from Alzheimer’s.

Caring for elderly parents with dementia? Getting creative with your senior care is the key. Here are some great tips to help bring out your creativity. And to help your elderly parents be aware of the change of the seasons.

Sandwich Generation Fun Tips

  • For all you Sandwich Generation Photoshop Geeks, busy taking photos of grandkids and elderly relatives, here’s an interesting collection of Glow and Light Effect Tutorials in Photoshop:
  • Remember yesterday’s post about my computer driving me crazy? I really appreciated the cute videos at Sugar Pine Realty! 🙂  They gave my elderly mom and me a good laugh!

Care for elderly parents

If you or someone you care for is dealing with chronic illness, you’ll be interested to know that Rest Ministries announced the opening of their new bookstore.

WOW! Scientists have developed a mind-controlled wheelchair.

Encouraging book series for caregivers – Chicken Soup for the Soul

Chicken Soup for the Soul Family Caregivers

 

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  • Thanks so much for the link, Kaye! What a great roundup this week. Lots of good info- especially the technology and autism. My husband and I have an autistic adult friend, and we’ve learned a lot about the disease so far. Have a great night!

    Danelle Ice / Homemaker Barbi

  • Hi Danelle, Thanks for popping in. You’re very welcome 🙂 I enjoyed participating in your Family Friday again this week!

    Autism is a definite concern for many of our kids and grandkids so I am always thrilled when I find useful information to share. 🙂

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