Identifying the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. The disease targets the brain, causing memory loss and a decline in mental abilities.  Alzheimer’s disease is not indicative to aging and signs of memory loss should be taken seriously. Early diagnosis yields the best results for the course of treatment and care of the disease. Because...
Read More

Is Your Estate Plan Ready to Go When You Need It?

A common reaction people have after finishing their estate plan is “Phew, I’m glad that is done!”  But the fact is, your plan may not work a year from now if your health changes, the law changes, your family changes, or your “stuff” changes.  It’s important to make sure your plan stays up to date and...
Read More

Stress in the Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Imagine kissing a loved one for 35 years only to hear them say, “Who are you?” Or watching a family member who left for an errand come back with no recollection of where they have been. This is the face of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), a progressive degenerative disease of the brain. Over 20 million Americans provide...
Read More