Choosing the Right Adult Day Care Program

How Do I Choose The Right Adult Day Care Program? No matter how efficiently and effortlessly you have adapted your life to the role of caregiver; eventually you are going to need a break. Occasional breaks are essential not only to your emotional well-being, but to...

Testimonial from Caring.com

“My husband used to be in the day club but he is now a resident of Dodge Park Rest home. The staff there is very wonderful and caring. They are like family. I am so happy with the care my husband is getting there. When he was still in the day club, I know that...

Event: I’m Still Here

For the first time, Hearthstone Alzheimer Care is offering training in our award winning I’m Still Here TM approach to persons caring for their loved one at home. Backed by over twenty years of research, this approach is taught and utilized in state-of-the-art memory...

Special Event: MEET ME AT THE MOVIES AND MAKE MEMORIES

JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL EVENT: “MEET ME AT THE MOVIES AND MAKE MEMORIES” Thursday, September 11th, 2014 9:30 am – 12:00 pm 70 Worcester/Providence Turnpike, Millbury, MA Blackstone Valley 14: Cinema de Lux A one-of-a-kind film experience designed specifically for people...

Super Salads

Super salads can be hearty enough for a meal or light enough for a snack. They are also a great way to add important nutrition to your day.  Don’t settle for just lettuce, tomato and cucumber in your salad.  Add different vegetables, fruits, cheeses and lean protein...

Reduce stress throughout your day

Stress is frequently caused by time pressure—you don’t have enough minutes in the day to do everything you want and need to accomplish. The key to relieving stress in your household is being aware of what’s causing it, and then making some basic adjustments to your...

When Is The Right Time?

When is the Right Time to Place a Loved-One Who Suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia in Rest Home Care? The mid stage of Alzheimer’s/Dementia requires twenty-four hour care. This may be the point when you consider institutionalization. To determine when you...

Faces of Alzheimers

Faces of Alzheimer’s: Stricken artist did self-portraits until he no longer could recall his own face. When well-known British artist William Utermohlen was diagnosed in 1995 with Alzheimer’s disease, he started a series of self-portraits to help him deal with...