Caregiver Tips

April 6, 2016

Assisted Living or Memory Care?

Two of the fastest growing types of housing are Assisted Living and Memory Care, but what are the differences between the two?  View article»
December 19, 2014

Links and Resources for Dementia Caregivers

Useful links and resources to help you in your quest for additional information about dementia and providing care for individual…  View article»
December 19, 2014

Forgetfulness and Dementia

Many seniors are fearful of memory loss. Research shows that there are steps one can take to promote a healthy brain.  View article»
December 19, 2014

Memory Care Diagnosis and Treatment

Early diagnosis can reduce the risk of inappropriate treatment.  View article»
December 19, 2014

What is Dementia?

Dementia is not a disease but a group of symptoms that include memory loss, confusion, and loss or decrease in cognitive skills …  View article»
December 19, 2014

Is it Time to Intervene?

Here are some warning signs of aging and memory loss that might signal the need for assistance care.  View article»
December 19, 2014

When is Placement Needed?

Emerald Crest’s team of professionals can help answer you questions and assist in facilitating a smooth transition when care at …  View article»
December 19, 2014

Caring for Yourself as a Caregiver

In order to be a successful caregiver, you need to take care of yourself. Neglecting your own physical, emotional and spiritual …  View article»
December 19, 2014

Making Financial Decisions

At some point, most seniors will need assistance making personal decisions, including managing finances and property.  View article»
December 19, 2014

Taking Away the Car Keys

Driving is a complex activity, and as individuals age, their ability to manage this once almost automatic act becomes more diffi…  View article»
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For over two and a half years my husband was a resident. A former nurse, a good friend of mine, went with me to look over memory care facilities and, after a few moments at Emerald Crest we both agreed this was the place for Chuck. I was happy to visit there and observe their daily activities and how they engaged the residents and how caring all the staff was. I have even visited after my husband's death, because I wanted to see staff people again. We couldn't have made a better choice.

— Alice, wife of resident