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

Did you know “brain games” such as chess, bridge, and word puzzles may help seniors keep their minds sharp? Researchers say these fun, challenging, and engaging activities have a significant positive impact on mental function, which can be especially beneficial for older adults as they age. Here are four ways brain games can improve cognitive function and overall well-being for seniors.

Dementia can cause your elderly loved ones to say outlandish things or become befuddled when out in public. Dealing with loved ones exhibiting dementia-related behavior, in private and public, can be disturbing. The following tips can help you manage difficult interactions caused by your senior’s illness.

Seniors face many challenges as they age, from mobility limitations to memory loss. One issue that is often overlooked is mental illness among the elderly. Mental illness often occurs alongside other health conditions, so symptoms may be missed or attributed to other aspects of aging.
Save the Date

For the fifth consecutive year, our Director of Operations, Marcy Silver, is serving on the Alzheimer's Association planning committee for the Walk to End Alzheimer's and she's super excited to also be serving as the Visiting Angels of Pikesville Team Captain for the sixth consecutive year!

There are two ways you can help:
  1. Join our team, Visiting Angels of Pikesville, and walk with us on October 23, 2021.
  2. Help us reach our fundraising goal by making a donation on our fundraising page.

We would be so grateful to have your support. Together, we can end Alzheimer's.