Category: Medication Management

Giving Patients the Tools They Need to Stay Out of the Hospital and In Control

Did you know that the oldest person to climb Mount Everest was eighty? That a sixty-seven-year-old once rowed across the…

Medication Dangers – How to Keep Your Loved One Safe

For many seniors, taking medication regularly is essential to maintain good health and nutrition. When juggling several medications and…

Conquering the Medication Challenge

During one of my visits with my mom, I observed small collections of pills on the counter that should have…

3 Ways to Unleash the Power of Rituals in Dementia Care

Imagine worrying about forgetting your past while also having a hard time remembering new events and information. Pretty scary, right?…

Prescription costs for Medicare recipients down

Seniors who are on Medicare may have found that their prescription costs have dwindled in recent years.

Medication Assistance Conquers the Dangers of Overmedication

One of the most difficult aspects of self-care at home is medication management. Studies have found that as many as…

5 Tips to Successfully Manage Medications

Did you know that nearly 3 out of 4 Americans admit that they do not always take their medication as…

LSVT & Medication Reconciliation – One Patient’s Path to Enjoying Life Again

The emotional toll of a medical diagnosis can add another wrinkle to an already stressful circumstance. In particular, when declining…

Removing the ‘What If’ – Reassurance after a Fall

Residential Nurse Alert to the Rescue When you take medication to improve your health, it can also alter how your…

Health News Round-Up: Dementia Considerations and Holiday Expectations

Balancing Holiday Traditions with Dementia Changes This compassionate piece centers on one family adapting to a mother’s advancing Alzheimer’s disease,…