COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Lisa Cini, renowned expert on caring for and living with those suffering fromAlzheimer's and author of Hive: The Simple Guide to Multigenerational Living, launches new memory care solutions and practical ideas to keep family members at home, to help them continue to feel valuable and wanted.
In her book, Lisa offers practical solutions that include elements of home design, best practices, and even technology that can make an Alzheimer's sufferer's and the family's life easier and less frustrating. In home design, Lisa uses the acronym LOVE to stand for light, optimize, visual cues and ease. Her suggestions for best practices include: not arguing, involving them in daily chores, making sure they get plenty of sunshine, and avoiding too much sleep during the day.
Tech aids available to make their lives (and caregivers' lives) less complicated, include:
Lisa's book The Future is Here: Senior Living Re-imagined addresses both design and technology as they relate to senior living. Her dementia blog (BestLivingTech.com) teaches empathy and understanding to improve seniors' lives and offers a collection of some of the best products she has found from all over the world designed to make seniors' lives easier.
"Meet your loved ones with Alzheimer's where they are," adds Cini. "It's about acceptance and never forgetting how much they still have to offer if you're willing to listen and understand."
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