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Starting the conversation about memory care can be a delicate endeavor. Set yourself up for success by identifying key factors.
Chess has long been associated with intellectual strength, making it a great option for individuals looking to maintain their mental health. Read our six major benefits of playing chess to keep your brain sharp.
Music can reach a part of the brain often unaffected by Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. This February, revisit your loved one’s passion for jazz music while honoring Black History Month at the same time.
Everyone processes grief differently, but for many people, grief can often feel very isolating. If you’re unsure how to help your loved one through a difficult time, these five tips can help.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to reflect and identify your goals for the months ahead. Whatever your new year’s resolutions may be, a positive mindset can make all the difference in seeing them through.
This year, take the stress out of the winter season by designing celebrations that fit the current needs of seniors and caretakers in your family by prioritizing health over tradition.
The winter holiday season brings many people joy––from family gatherings to elaborate meals. However, holiday expectations, severe weather, or poor health can add unnecessary stress to the occasion.
Shadowing is a term heard frequently in the memory care community for when a senior citizen displays clingy behavior to a loved one or caretaker. There are many reasons your loved one may be shadowing you, but her are three main causes.
Daylight savings time can affect even the healthiest of individuals, but for those suffering from memory issues, less daylight and a changing one’s daily schedule can bring on sudden emotional and behavioral challenges, often referred to as sundowning.
Thanksgiving is an opportunity to connect with family and friends, share a meal together, and celebrate the holiday season. If you plan on celebrating Thanksgiving with a loved one experiencing dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, consider implementing these three tips for an enjoyable, stress-free day.