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senior woman standing next to a christmas tree

The holidays are a special time for the love of family and the spirit of giving. So when visiting your aging parent or parents this holiday season, place a special emphasis on how they look, act and feel.

This is particularly important if...

Senior and caregiver resting on each other's hand

For most of us, the holidays are a time for family and friends, good spirits and good food. However, for those living with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia, the holiday season also brings special concerns and...

Senior couple talking

As any devoted caregiver can tell you, coping with the realities of a senior loved one with dementia is fraught with emotional challenges. As a result of your loved one’s dementia – and through no fault of their own – there are times as...

Senior and caregiver talking

According to experts at the Mayo Clinicearly-onset Alzheimer’s disease is a rare...

Moving boxes

Moving from a familiar environment to a new location can be difficult for any of us. However, moving for a person living with dementia can be particularly challenging, say memory care specialists. 

Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and...

Senior spending time outdoors with caregiver

At-home caregivers for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia endure a variety of physical and emotional challenges every day. Balancing the multiple responsibilities of home, family and work with caregiving duties...

Seniors watching the news on television

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month – the ideal time to recommit ourselves to combating Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, while providing the best possible care and support to loved ones living with the disease.

Alzheimer’...

While no one likes to consider the possibility of life with dementia, dementia care experts agree that early detection by a primary care physician or specialist is highly important. There are several reasons for this, including:

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Senior listening to music with headphones

Although scientists are still searching for a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, there has been tangible progress in reversing early cognitive decline that can lead to dementia. An important aspect of this progress is...

Senior exercising with weights

With Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia already affecting more than 5 million senior adults in the U.S., the need for interventions that promote brain health has never been greater.

The good news, according to the ...

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