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Tips on Caring for Someone With Memory Loss

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Memory loss, specifically in senior adults, is a challenging condition to navigate both for the individual and their loved ones. Memory loss, often associated with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, can be disorientating to a person’s perception of themselves and their surroundings.  However, with the right support and care, people living with memory loss can still […]

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How to Help an Elderly Parent with Memory Loss

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As our parents grow older, it’s a natural process for them to experience some cognitive decline, but there could also be underlying reasons for the memory loss. Memory loss can be a challenge for you and your parent.  A few things you can do to help an elderly parent with memory loss include: If you’re […]

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A Caregiver’s Ultimate Guide to Dementia

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Dementia is a broad term used to describe a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. It’s most commonly associated with Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive brain disorder that affects memory, thinking, and behavior.  While there is no cure for dementia, there are ways to manage the symptoms and provide support for […]

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Tips for Caregivers & Families of People with Alzheimer’s

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Family members are often the first people to step up and care for senior relatives affected by Alzheimer’s disease. No 2 situations are identical because we’re all unique people. So, having a solid foundation of knowledge about the disease can help family caregivers care for their loved ones without burning out. Our tips for caregivers […]

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Are Nightmares a Sign of Dementia?

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Dementia can come with a lot of challenges, changes, and questions for those affected and family members wondering how to support those with dementia. Recent research into the effects and causes of cognitive conditions has even begun raising questions about the possible connections between nightmares and dementia.  Nightmares are not necessarily a sign of dementia, […]

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Activities That Can Help Seniors with Dementia

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Seniors living with dementia face unique challenges in their daily lives. As their cognitive abilities decline, it’s increasingly important to provide personalized care and amenities that promote engagement, well-being, and a sense of purpose.  Indoor and outdoor activities, activities for the mind, physical activity, social activity, and family time can positively impact seniors’ overall quality […]

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A Complete Guide To Memory Care

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When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, they’ll need specialized support as their condition progresses. Memory care provides living specifically designed for those experiencing cognitive challenges. But how can memory care help? Memory care provides around-the-clock support by specially trained staff, in a safe, secure environment, with engaging activities to enhance […]

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