Helping seniors manage dementia while remaining in their homes

There’s no place like home. That’s especially so for those who are suffering from cognitive impairment, says Mitchell Abrams, Chicago-area managing partner of Homewatch CareGivers. “You may have a loved one who is not with it, who might believe that Ronald Reagan is still president. But if they’ve been living in the same house for the last 50 years, the kitchen, the bathroom are in the same…