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Home for the Holidays? 5 Signs to Look for When Visiting Senior Loved Ones

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Home for the Holidays? 5 Signs to Look for When Visiting Senior Loved Ones

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If you’re visiting long-distant senior loved ones for the holidays, pay attention to these signs they may need a little extra help. […]

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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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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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Choosing Memory Care: 5 Important Questions to Ask When Exploring Memory Care Options

If you have a parent or loved one living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, planning ahead and finding a memory care community is one of the best decisions you can make for their long-term health and wellbeing. Especially in the early to mid-stages of dementia, assisted living memory care can provide priceless peace […]

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What to Expect in an Assisted Living Memory Care Community

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia typically progress in three stages: early, middle, and late. In the early to mid-stages, an individual’s short-term memory is primarly impacted. For example, a person may have trouble coming up with the right name or word, forget information they just learned, or ask the same questions over and […]

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Is it the Right Time for Memory Care? 3 Signs to Look For

It’s not always easy to recognize when a loved one needs more help than can be provided at home, especially when they are diagnosed with the early stages of a progressive memory condition, like Alzheimer’s disease. That’s why it’s so important to watch for certain signs that may indicate it’s time to shift the care […]

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How is Art Therapy Used in Memory Care?

Chances are, you first experienced the fun and freedom of creating art at a young age. As children, art is one of the first ways we learn to express ourselves and explore the world around us. As we get older, our need for the stimulation, joy, and sense of satisfaction that comes from creative expression […]

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3 Myths About Memory and Aging

By the year 2030, it’s projected that one in five Americans will be over the age of 65. Yet even as the U.S. population gets older and researchers begin to understand more about the aging process, there are still some myths and negative stereotypes surrounding memory and aging. Today, we’re shedding some light on the […]

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How is Music Therapy Used in Memory Care?

There’s no denying that music is powerful. Hearing just a few notes of a familiar song can transport us back in time, stir up emotions, and evoke memories from the past. This is why music therapy is so effective for older adults with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. In memory care settings, music […]

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What’s the Difference Between Forgetfulness and Memory Loss?

Learn how to tell the difference between normal age-related changes and dementia, and when it’s time to look for Assisted Living Memory Care. […]

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