Entries by Michael Rothenberger

6 Nutritious Recipes for Aging Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

Even though a senior’s diet won’t cure Alzheimer’s, it can mitigate many overwhelming symptoms. As an added bonus, seniors can also boost their brain health by regularly cooking meals and carrying out other tasks that challenge their cognitive abilities. If your senior loved one needs professional in-home care in Indianapolis, Indiana, Home Care Assistance is […]

6 Must-Read Nonfiction Books for Caregivers

The role of family caregiver is often exhausting, frustrating, and heartbreaking while also being fulfilling and uplifting. Gaining knowledge alleviates some of the stress and enhances problem-solving skills. Learning you are not alone in facing the daily challenges of caregiving may offer a sense of comfort. Here are a few nonfiction books about caregiving that […]

How to Promote Mobility in Aging Adults

Most seniors enjoy active lifestyles, but the aging process combined with medical conditions may interfere with their mobility. Maintaining a high quality of life can be challenging for some seniors, but professional caregivers can help them obtain this goal. Families can trust in Indianapolis, IN, senior home care experts to help their elderly loved ones […]

Caregivers of the Month

Congratulations to our Caregivers of the Month Michelle Spies-Chapman (left) and Sandra Milton! (right) They have shown exemplary punctuality and care for us in these past few months. Thank you both and keep up the good work!                                     […]

How Queen Latifah Manages Her Caregiving Duties

Queen Latifah has had an astonishing career over the last few decades, but few of her fans know about the challenges she has faced at home. Just over 12 years ago, Queen Latifah’s mother Rita Owens suddenly passed out. After being in the hospital for a few days, Owens was diagnosed with progressive heart failure. […]

Alzheimer’s Disease: 7 Facts You Need to Know

According to Alzheimer’s.net, approximately 44 million adults in the world have this disease or some type of dementia. Senior citizens living in Western Europe more frequently develop Alzheimer’s. North America follows a close second in the prevalence of this condition. Interestingly, adults in Sub-Saharan Africa are the least affected. The number of Alzheimer’s-related caregivers is […]