Repetitive Questions

Repetitive Questions: Listen to their questions; is there a similar thread? Are they trying to communicate something? Remain calm and see if you can discover why they are repeating the same questions. Contact Senior Transitions if you need help caring for your aging parent or grandparent by calling (850) 894-6720.

Realistic Hallucinations

Realistic Hallucinations: Hallucinations associated with cognitive loss can seem very realistic. They may be frightening or they may seem like everyday events. Patting the individual on the shoulder may distract them from the hallucination. Contact Senior Transitions if you need help caring for your aging parent or grandparent by calling (850) 894-6720.

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families Often families first contact a geriatric care manager (also known as an Aging Life Care Professional™) when their loved one has a health crisis, a chronic illness, or is showing signs of dementia. Whatever the reason, the...

Evening Preparations

Evening Preparations: Close blinds or curtains as evening approaches. Play soothing music or schedule it as a time for a friend or family member to call. Contact Senior Transitions if you need help caring for your aging parent or grandparent by calling (850) 894-6720.