It’s important to pay attention to our brain health just as much as our physical health. Eating well, keeping physical active, getting plenty of sleep and staying socially engaged are among the ways that aging adults can give themselves the best odds for staying mentally sharp.
Review highlights from this week’s conversation about ways to infuse creativity into daily caregiving tasks and routines.
The Spring Arbor “Cottage” program for dementia and Alzheimer residents is built upon the four “Cornerstones of Care…”
OurParents.com asked two experts – Dr. George Kuchel and Patt Lind-Kyle – about ways Americans can keep their minds sharp as they age. Kuchel is the Director of the UConn Center on Aging and the Citicorp Chair in Geriatrics &…