Here are several useful links to helpful sites and resources:
Online Dementia Care Training for Caregivers – We use Teepa Snow’s dementia care training to help our professional caregivers (and our clients’ families who are caring for loved ones with dementia) better understand memory loss and the positive approach to care that is needed. The more we all know, the better care we can provide.
Alzheimer’s Association – Great information for family caregivers of loved ones with dementia.
Aspen Senior Care – Sister company of the Aspen Senior Day Center that provides in-home caregivers you can trust (from one hour a week to care around the clock).
- Our Blogs can provide helpful information for family caregivers.
American Patriot Service Corp. – The Aid and Attendance Pension -The Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension (also known as the Veterans Improved Pension) is a federal program which can offer a monthly benefit payment from the Department of Veterans Affairs. APSC Volunteers work with any Veteran, their Surviving Spouse, or family in providing guidance with the benefit application.
National Adult Day Services Association – Helpful information regarding Adult Day Centers and what to look for.
Meals on Wheels – Utah County or Salt Lake County – Meals on Wheels utilizes volunteers to deliver hot, nutritious lunches to home-bound seniors in our community. Along with each meal, volunteers provide a special touch of comfort and a daily safety check enabling seniors to be independent in their own homes.
Memory Care Resources For Veterans – Information to help veterans learn about the memory care benefits that are available to them.
Practical Tips on Living with Dementia — An in-depth article and infographic that sets out 51 tips to help someone that is living with dementia.
How to Buy Adult Diapers and Briefs — Urinary incontinence is a common problem that occurs in many age groups for many reasons. No matter the reason, incontinence might require you to buy adult briefs. Here is how you can find a product that suits your needs.