We solve one of the most difficult challenges facing families today...caring for loved ones requiring essential personal home care services.

Families in multigenerational homes are pulled in many directions. The physical and emotional needs of providing for an aging loved one is demanding and overwhelming. It’s also difficult keeping up with kids’ school work and activities as well as daily chores. If this sounds familiar, take a deep breath, take some time for yourself, and don’t be afraid to ask for professional assistance.

Why is multigenerational living on the rise? How can you find a balance between caring for your own needs as well as your aging loved ones?

9 Ways to Manage Dementia Rummaging Behavior

When seniors with dementia won’t stop rummaging through their things, it can be disruptive, frustrating, and make a mess.

Your older adult may repeatedly dig through drawers and cabinets or search rooms over and over again. They might take items from one place, hide them all over the house, and then get upset when they can’t find those things. Or, they might repeatedly re-organize things.

Understanding what’s causing this behavior helps you respond without causing arguments. That minimizes conflicts, which makes life easier and less stressful for both of you.

Join Marcy at the
Walk to End Alzheimer's

Visiting Angels of Pikesville, led by our Director of Operations Marcy Silver, is excited to be joining the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® 2021 Greater Baltimore Walk to End Alzheimer's on October 23. We have committed to raising awareness and funds to support Alzheimer's care, support and research, and we need your help.

You can help in two ways:
  1. Join us in the fight against Alzheimer's and walk with us.
  2. Help us reach our fundraising goal by making a donation on our fundraising page.

Are your senior parents or grandparents struggling with essential indoor tasks and chores? If maintaining a clean house, for example, becomes too difficult for them, their loving home may become cluttered, dirty, uncomfortable, and even unsafe. Click here for some helpful cleaning tips that can make things a little easier if your senior loved one is having a hard time keeping up with basic housekeeping needs.
To all our clients, their families and our employees who are observing
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur,  
Best Wishes for a Happy, Healthy, Sweet and Peaceful New Year.
L'Shana Tova U’metuka !