Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly, PACE as it is affectionately known, is a comprehensive health care model that provides medical and social support for persons over the age of 55 who require nursing home level of care, but still live in the community.
Memory lapses can be a normal part of aging, but when are they cause for concern? Aging expert Dr. Macie Smith explains the warning signs to look for.
It’s important to note that for Americans over the age of 55, being without immediate family doesn’t mean they lack support. They may have developed a support system of friends, neighbors, and other people who are not related through family ties.
Most of the people diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s disease experience the same signs and symptoms as older people with the disease.
Take a peek inside Dr. Macie Smith’s Frequently Asked Questions Dementia Care Guidebook that has been featured on Amazon Best Sellers list.
There once was a sense of comfort knowing that when one reaches the age of 65, Medicare will provide for most if not all long-term care needs.
The holiday season is upon us, and if you’re like me, I’m sure you’re looking forward to in-person celebrations and gatherings.
With Halloween around the corner, I want to ask you: Are you spooked by aging? Does the thought of getting older scare you?
Monday, June 7, 2021, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new Alzheimer’s treatment, Aducanumab, that is designed to slow cognitive decline
If you think what’s going on with Wendy Williams does not affect you, you have one or two more thinks coming.