For Families

Lifestyle vs Family History
As a society, American people are living longer, in fact we are living 30-40 years longer than was typical for people at the turn of the century. Aging has evolved. But Americans still battle a host of medical issues in their senior years. Research shows that most people will have one chronic illness by 65 years of age, 2 illnesses by 75 years of age and 3 or more by 85 years of age. Read More >>

From My Perspective… Living with Alzheimer’s
I am Red. Red Johnson. I am an 86-year-old man who has had many life experiences. I am an 86-year-old man who can’t remember most of those life experiences. Read More >>

The Warning Signs of Dementia
As published in Senior Pathways
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most commonly diagnosed form of dementia, but there are several types such as vascular dementia, Lewy Body Disease, FTD, Huntington’s Disease and dementias caused by traumatic brain injury or alcohol abuse. Read More >>

Warning Signs and Ways to Cope
In December 2014, we were pleased to share our thoughts with the Lori Moore Show. In this interview, we discuss the warning signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia, and give information about how families can cope. Read More >>

For Senior Providers

Dementia and Design
As published in Insights in Construction, a publication of Meyer Najem
Picture your favorite room in your house.  Why is it your favorite?  My favorite room is a back bedroom that has big windows and a beautiful view of our yard, lots of sunlight and a mostly cream palette with just a hint of lavender for color.  Now imagine a setting that you find unpleasant, or depressing or confusing. Next, imagine having to live in that environment. Read More >>