As a professional caregiver serving on the front lines, here are ten secrets to staying positive even on the worst of days.
Aging adults who are more positive and optimistic tend to enjoy healthier, more fulfilling lives than those who aren’t. If your aging parents are acting like a couple of “negative Nellies” right now, here’s how to help them develop a more positive attitude so they can enjoy life to the fullest.
Caring for an aging at-home family member with dementia can be challenging and stressful, as they sometimes forget the simplest things, including who you are. In addition, it can be hard to communicate with them, their moods change at the drop of a hat, and feelings of paranoia and fear are common. So, how can you keep a positive attitude while caring for a loved one with dementia? Using the following advice should help it go more smoothly.