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A Guide to Visiting and Connecting with Your Senior Loved One

A Guide to Visiting and Connecting with Your Senior Loved One

Staying connected. It’s no secret how very important this is to our overall physical and mental health and well-being. Over the years, researchers have conducted many different studies on the topic of social connection all with similar findings: the more connected we...

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The Benefits of Day Programs for Adults with Dementia

The Benefits of Day Programs for Adults with Dementia

Dementia affects every individual differently, therefore every family who has a loved one with dementia is affected differently. General health, personality, and social situations are all factors in determining the impact of dementia. Along with memory loss, another...

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Supporting Your Loved One with Dementia During the Pandemic

Supporting Your Loved One with Dementia During the Pandemic

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be challenging in today’s environment. The most important thing is to limit their risk of exposure to the virus. As a caregiver, you will have to decide how much time you spend around others and in public and...

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8 Great Gifts for Parkinson’s Patients

8 Great Gifts for Parkinson’s Patients

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and now is a great time to let the loved one or friend in your life that has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s know that you care. The effects of Parkinson’s can cause issues with dexterity, mobility, sensory receptors, and more. It...

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