I am blessed to live in the house that belonged to my parents. As such, every now and then when I open a cupboard door, a snippet of their lives falls out. This morning I found this scrap of paper on the kitchen counter. It is such a great description of the life
Gentog’s Adult Day Program provides a structured day for persons with dementia. This structure includes opportunities for exercise and activities that help to strengthen and maintain mental and physical health.
Daily RoutinesPeople with dementia do best with a consistent daily routine. Having structure to the day gives needed predictability and stability when their mind is
Caregiving is often thought to be the hardest job there is...and that is true. But there can be moments of joy, happy times and even a little fun. Read my article in the Regal Courier.
You'll learn in my April article for the Regal Courier just how powerful the words "I'm Sorry" can be!
If you follow the Gentog Facebook page, you know that we've been having a great time this week on a special project. We have been interviewing each Gentog senior, asking the question "What was your favorite job?" and we've asked each child "What do you want to be when you grow up?" We write the