Seniors are invited to “Connect, Create, Contribute” at the Older Americans Information and Health Fair, which will be held on Thursday, May 16, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at Centennial Hall in Dallas’ Fair Park. This year, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) celebrates the 25th anniversary of what has become the one of the largest senior events in North Texas. Free health screenings, valuable information, games, giveaways, entertainment and social activity are just a few of the
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Knowing how to communicate with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia takes practice and, above all, patience. Regardless, just being present for an aging family member can take an emotional toll. Before visiting a loved one in memory care, consider researching some of the common behavior and personality changes associated with memory loss. Memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s affect people’s brains differently, and how individuals cope with changing medical needs can be significant factors
Is your loved one in a crisis? Do you feel hopeless and exhausted? Are you overwhelmed and stressed? Are you a part of the “Sandwich Generation” taking care of aging parents, children & grandchildren at the same time? Do you see “RED FLAGS” of changes in personal hygiene, neglecting household responsi-bilities, social isolation, physical withdrawal, or cognitive decline in your loved one? Are you worried about the costs of caring for your loved one? Then