Caregiving for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be a full-time job and one that comes with a rollercoaster of emotions. Brookdale is dedicated to walking with you on this journey. Lori Hill, Brookdale’s manager of Optimum Life and family engagement, and other guest bloggers, provide resources and tips while sharing their caregiving experience.
How to Talk to Your Parents about Money, Health and Estate Planning
Sometimes conversations about planning for a senior’s later years seem so difficult they are delayed until a medical crisis forces the family’s hand. Read more
Holidays with Senior Parents: Three Signs Their Health Might Be Failing
One of the most stressful events a long-distance caregiver can experience is coming home for the holidays and realizing that things simply are not right with Mom and Dad. I’ve talked ... Read more
Seniors and Suicide: Tips for Supporting Your Loved One
People often ask what’s been the biggest surprise in serving seniors, and I tell them it’s the number of seniors who commit suicide. When I think of my golden years, I ... Read more