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Easy, Fun and Engaging Activities for All Stages of Dementia

Dementia authorities agree that enjoyable, life engaging activities should be a regular part of the lives of loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. For example, dementia experts at the Mayo Clinic® and the Alzheimer’s Association® advise that these types of activities have essential therapeutic benefits that reduce anxiety, increase self-esteem and improve the overall quality of life.

Caregiver Insights: A full-service memory care community versus In-Home Memory Care

According to memory care experts at the Alzheimer’s Association® and the Mayo Clinic, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia can affect each person differently. However, all persons with memory loss will experience a worsening of their symptoms as time goes on. And ultimately, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease will need round-the-clock care.

What You Need to Know About Multi-Infarct Dementia

Many people mistakenly believe that Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are the same things. The truth is that Alzheimer’s is only one form of a broader category of cognitive decline known as dementia. In fact, there are many other types of dementia with vascular multi-infarct dementia being one. Each form has its own unique causes, characteristics and suggested treatments.

Tips for Enjoying the Holidays with Your Loved One with Memory Loss

How to Enjoy the Holidays with Your Loved One with Memory Loss

“We all look forward to the holiday season, a time for friends, family, special gatherings, good food and good cheer,” says Steve Carney, Wellness Coordinator/Administrator at Impressions Memory Care at Bryn Mawr located in Bryn Mawr, PA.

10 Tips for Distinguishing Between Normal Aging and Memory Loss

Is It Normal Aging or Memory Loss? Look for These Important Signs

With our aging population and the significant increase in memory loss among older Americans, it is vitally important for families to understand the differences between normal aging, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Experts on memory loss at the Alzheimer’s Association® and the Mayo Clinic® emphasize that memory loss is clearly not part of the normal aging process and should be addressed immediately by a medical professional.

Maintaining Friendships After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

According to the Alzheimer’s Association®, in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, friends and family will begin to notice cognitive difficulties in the person with the disease, and changes in relationships may begin to occur.

Caregiver Tips: Coping with Parent-Child Role Reversal

Alzheimer’s Medication Management: Tips for Keeping Your Loved One Safe


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