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5 Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

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The holidays are a special time for gathering with family, sharing traditions, and, of course, giving thoughtful gifts. But if you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you know that finding them the perfect present is not always easy. Don’t worry — as with all gifts, it’s the thought and meaning that […]

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3 Benefits of Home Health Care During the Holidays

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The busy holiday season is upon us! While many people look forward to the holidays, “the most wonderful time of year” is often a major source of stress and worry. If you’re the primary caregiver of a senior loved one, there’s no better time to take advantage of the convenience of at-home health care services. […]

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Giving Thanks is Good for You! The Power of Gratitude and Positive Aging

With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us this week, gratitude is on all of our minds. Now is the time of year when we tend to pause, reflect on our blessings, and give thanks for all we have. But did you know that there are many benefits to expressing gratitude not just during Thanksgiving, but all […]

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6 Tips for Celebrating Thanksgiving with Senior Loved Ones

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Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and we’re all looking forward to enjoying great food, time-honored traditions, and sharing time with loved ones near and far. Whether you’re visiting an older loved one in a senior living community or hosting a gathering at home, you might be wondering how to make this year’s celebration extra special for […]

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Celebrating Caregivers: November is National Family Caregivers Month

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National Family Caregivers Month, celebrated each November, is a time to recognize, honor, and support the millions of people who provide care for family members across the country. According to a report from the AARP and the National Alliance on Caregiving, nearly one in five people provides unpaid care to an adult, and 46% of […]

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Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease: How Early Intervention Can Make All the Difference

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Although there’s not yet a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, learning the warning signs and symptoms can lead to an early diagnosis, providing a better chance of benefiting from treatment and memory care therapies. […]

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