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Can Alzheimer’s Be Reversed?

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Managing Alzheimer’s Disease Aging causes changes, including brain changes. The occasional forgetfulness or misplacing objects, like your keys, is normal. However, when older adults experience increased difficulty communicating or completing everyday tasks without support services, it can be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s can be challenging. Many loved ones have concerns about how the […]

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At What Age Can Dementia Set In?

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Though we’re learning more about memory impairment conditions like dementia every day, there’s still a lot we don’t know. What we do know, however, is that memory impairment can be caused by many things—lifestyle, family history, or other external causes. Since the term “dementia” is used as a general descriptor for many different memory conditions, […]

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What Does Respite Care Mean?

Finding the right balance between caregiving and your personal life can be challenging when a loved one requires round-the-clock care. There may be situations that prevent you from delivering the best care possible, and respite care is available to help when that happens.  Many senior living communities offer temporary care for families who need it. At Barton House, […]

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