Dehydration is a common and serious health problem for seniors Preventing dehydration is important because it can cause serious health issues and is a common cause of hospitalization in people over age 65. Being properly hydrated is also needed for certain medications to work. Ideally, we’d be able to prevent seniors from getting dehydrated, but … Read more6 Ideas to Get Seniors to Drink More Water
Are you concerned telehealth will compromise the integrity of mental health care? It actually improves it.
From predicting mental deterioration through biomarker analysis to measuring impact of treatment using AI, digital solutions have the potential to enhance care and improve outcomes
How to make sense of today’s senior housing options When it’s time to make a change in your older adult’s living situation, choosing from the available senior housing options might feel overwhelming. Options range from aging in place at home to full-time care in a nursing home. Looking at the basics helps you narrow the … Read more7 Senior Housing Options: Which One Works Best?
These are some limitations of “Do what you love” and of networking when it comes to securing a rewarding career.
Part 2: These tips can help you support your adult children.
The Mini Mental Status Exam is only a first step If you’re worried that your older adult could be showing signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s important to not jump to any conclusions. That’s because other medical conditions, medication side effects, or psychiatric issues could be causing dementia-like symptoms. So, the first step is to … Read moreTesting for Dementia: The Mini Mental Status Exam Can’t Diagnose
When thinking about supporting my autistic adult son’s life in the future, I choose just the right people from naturally-evolved relationships in his life.
Is psychiatry actually steering earnest primary-care clinicians the wrong way?
How to support children with Autistm by promoting healthy self-concept and inclusive practices.