Finding resources for loved ones with dementia
This article is sponsored by AARP of MichiganAmericans are living longer which means you can enjoy more time with your loved ones. Aging can also bring more challenges such as dementia which can mean advanced mental loss and other mental challenges. AARP of Michigan wants to help families care for loved ones struggling with dementia. To improve the quality of life for someone, early detection, family relationships, and planning for your loved one’s needs can help. More than half a million people in Michigan are caring for loved ones with dementia and it’s a labor of love but it can take a toll on caregivers.
Corporate marijuana battle in Michigan has medical users concerned about supply, cost
A corporate takeover of the marijuana industry in Michigan is creating concerns for those who rely on the plant for health benefits and more. Some people argue that corporate operations are working to cut out caregivers, who grow and sell marijuana to their medical patients. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency has cut a major supply chain of pot, which is affecting patients and business owners, who are experiencing a shortage. Patients are concerned that the battle between local and corporate operations and the shortage of some products might raise marijuana prices for those who need it most. Watch Hank Winchester’s full report in the video player above.