The following links were kindly provided by Marie Villeza, Jim Vogel & Others
Driving and Dementia – The Direct Line Guide for Seniors https://www.directline.com/car-cover/driving-and-dementia
Preparing Your Home for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s: A Caregiver’s Guide https://www.redfin.com/blog/2016/09/preparing-your-home-for-a-loved-one-with-alzheimers-a-caregivers-guide.html
Alzheimer’s and Keeping Active/Involved
Keep Your Pets Close: How Animals Help Dementia
Helping Alzheimer’s Sufferers Cope with the Loss of a Loved One — A Guide for Caregivers https://www.neptunesociety.com/resources/helping-alzheimers-sufferers-cope-with-the-loss-of-a-loved-one-a-guide-for-caregivers
Dementia and Hygiene: How to Solve Hygiene Problems Common to People with Dementia https://www.caring.com/articles/dementia-alzheimers-hygiene-problems
Budget-Friendly Smart Home Accommodations for Seniors and Individuals with Special Needs https://homeadvisor.com/r/budget-friendly-smart-home-accommodations-for-seniors-and-individuals-with-special-needs/
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Money Management
Overdose Response Guide: Awareness, Prevention, and Preparedness for Caregivers of Addicts http://www.drugrehab.org/overdose-response-guide/
6 Signs of Elder Abuse in Seniors with Dementia
It can be difficult for seniors to maintain their social lives as they age, especially if they live alone. This is a great resource for supporting them to stay active socially.
This is a given – it’s important for our elders to make sure their homes are a safe environment.
This is great – it’s got exercises for people of all abilities, and even includes helpful videos.
I appreciate that this explains the kinds of apps seniors should have on their mobile devices rather than listing specific apps (which may or may not stick around).
My mother loves to read and hosts a monthly book club – she actually referred me to this great resource. (Actually, it’s been a great way for her and my dad to avoid feelings of isolation!)