A Caregiver’s Guide: Cooking With Alzheimer’s

In many advice columns and informational resources for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease, you’re likely to find recommendations that suggest unplugging the stove. There’s solid reasoning behind this advice: some people who live with Alzheimer’s disease may begin to cook but lose track of what they’re doing part way through the process. When…

How Our Elder Years Can Be Our Happiest Years

New research has discovered that your elder years are really your happiest years. Old age is normally associated with short-term memory, declining health and loneliness. However, it has been shown that happiness and well-being are the highest in an adult’s senior years. While young adults often seek the thrills of far-flung holidays or extraordinary experiences,…