Safe at Home with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

When memory loss happens, safety is a high priority. Learn how to develop a plan and take action, and watch how families deal with safety and what you can learn from their lessons.

Surprising Causes of Memory Loss

Alzheimer’s and dementia are not the only causes of memory loss and forgetfulness. Learn how specific medications, sleep habits, emotions, aging and many other surprising factors can indeed cause temporary loss of memory and what you can do to avoid and/or correct this situation.

Easily Identify Pills

Ever dropped a pill, found it, and then wondered which one it was? Or, do you separate pills from their original bottle to organize them in a pill dispenser and then get confused about which pill is which? Learn about several simple and safe ways to quickly identify that pills and get access to tools which will help you eliminate this problem.

Having the Driving Discussion

Though it’s a must-have conversation, talking with aging family members about taking away their car keys is very hard…on everyone. Learn everything from assessing driving to how to begin these hard discussion. A collection of videos with tips and stories are provided to help you become as comfortable and educated as possible before having the car keys discussion.

How to Influence Older Drivers

The key to influencing an older driver is to first understand their concerns and needs. Before any decisions are made, there’s important information that you need to gather. Learn the practical things you can do and get tools and resources that will aid you in these important discussions.

When to Seek Medical Attention

Did you know that an online symptom checker can help you determine whether to seek care and how quickly? Learn about these tools, their reliability, and how they can be used to help you care for yourself and your loved one with greater confidence, as well as collaborate more effectively with your doctor.

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