Is this normal or is it Alzheimer’s? – Learn more about the differences between normal signs of aging and possible symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease or other Dementia. It’s printable, so you can share it with your family.
Did you know… Our Caregivers will stay with mom or dad in the hospital when you can’t? – No one wants to be alone in the hospital. We can help, filling in as your “eyes and ears” until you can return to her side.
Making Home Safer for those Suffering from Alzheimer’s and Dementia – In this downloadable guide from Shelley Peterman Schwarz, you’ll get 10 tips to make home safer for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia.
Senior Fraud Prevention Kit – In this kit, you will find helpful articles to educate you about senior fraud.
Senior Emergency Kit – The Senior Emergency Kit is an information management tool that can help ensure family caregivers have fast and easy access to important information about their loved ones in case they get an emergency call.
Medications Tracker for Seniors – This worksheet is a valuable resource to keep all of a senior’s medications and dosages up-to-date.
Allergies and Conditions Worksheet for Seniors – In case of emergency, use this worksheet for easy access to all your loved one’s health issues.
Doctor Visit Worksheet for Seniors – Doctor visits can be confusing for older adults. Take this doctor visit worksheet to an appointment, so you can write down questions, answers, and what you need to do next.
Emergency Wallet Card for Seniors – Keep emergency information quickly available wherever your loved one goes. Information such as emergency contacts, medical data and a medical conditions list are easily available with this wallet card.
Confidence to Care at Home Kit– Thinking about providing care for an aging loved one in their home or yours? These resources will help you prepare to succeed.
- At Home with Alzheimer’s – Room-specific tips for easier Alzheimer’s care.
- Managing the Challenges of Alzheimer’s – Constant and repetitive questions, agitation, wandering and false accusations challenge even the most patient of caregivers. Learn simple techniques to manage these.
- Staying engaged with Alzheimer’s – A guide to helping those with Alzheimer’s to stay active and happy.
- Caring for the caregiver – This one is all about you! It’s important to have a plan for taking care of yourself. This worksheet will help.
ALZ & Dementia App – Download yours today – it’s a great resource for caregivers.