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These Speech Therapy Techniques Will Make You Gasp

Keep the conversation going by using these speech therapy techniques with your loved one. Make communication easier for both of you.

Care Options Your 18-Year-Old with Special Needs Will Enjoy

Are you in need of better care for your 18-year-old loved one with special needs? Discover four care options for special needs adults.

Your Guide to Understanding Sensory Therapy

A wide range of new therapies are helping seniors. We have your guide to understanding sensory therapy and how it helps seniors stay active.

Caregiver Myth: It's My Fault If My Parent's Health Declines

When you’re the primary caregiver, you may often blame yourself for your parent's decline in health. Read how to calm your caregiver anxiety.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Disabled American President

Find out more about what made Franklin D. Roosevelt a great President. Although he had a disability, he didn’t let it affect his greatness.

Music Therapy Helps the Elderly Stay on Beat

Dancing to the beat with music therapy may not just be keeping seniors active. It’s also a great alternative to traditional types of therapies.

Caregiver Myth: I’m a Bad Caregiver If I Consider Adult Day Care for My Parent

Are you experiencing guilt over putting a parent in adult day care? You’re not a bad caregiver if you need a little help. Learn more.

How to Live Fully with Disability and Dementia

Full lives with dementia are obtainable with the right care and attention. Find out how your elderly loved one can live with their dementia.

Scary Good Time: How to Celebrate Halloween with Your Elderly Loved One

Ready to have a scary good time with your elderly loved one? Here are four activities to celebrate Halloween with your elderly loved one.

Caregiver Myth: There’s No Education for Caregivers

Is caregiver education yet another caregiver myth? Discover the education offered to new or experienced caregivers for the caregiving help they need.