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Recognizing Alzheimer’s Disease and the Benefits of Memory Care
Over 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and 3 million new cases are diagnosed each year. More than 747,000 Canadians are living with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. These staggering statistics mean that you likely know someone or have a loved one who has a form of dementia. In the United States, 11 million people are acting as unpaid caregivers for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.
Navigating Dementia: 10 Signs Memory Care May Be the Next Step
Memory care is a type of specialized care that is designed to meet the unique needs of individuals... Read More
Technology Helps Seniors with Memory Issues to Stay Informed and Connected
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 6.5 million Americans over the age of 65 currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. You may be one of the more than 11 million people in the United States who are providing care for a parent, grandparent, spouse, or other loved one with memory issues. Thanks to advances in modern technology, there are ways to help seniors, especially those with dementia or other memory concerns, to stay engaged and help them live their best lives. Read More
A Beginner’s Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia
As the people in our lives get older, it’s natural for their mental and physical abilities to... Read More
Memory Care Support: Working Together to Find the Best Senior Care Solutions
Many times, what may seem like age-related forgetfulness in your older loved one may actually be a serious memory problem that needs professional support. Read More
What is Wandering?
If you’re caring for a senior or older adult suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia,... Read More
When is the Right Time for Memory Care?
We covered questions adult children ask when pursuing senior living options for a loved one with dementia, and how to field them. Read More
Addressing "I Want to Go Home" from Older Loved Ones
Assisted living communities provide seniors with the help they need with daily activities, such as bathing, getting dressed, meals, and medications. Unfortunately, even in the top assisted living facilities, you’re likely to hear an older adult say, “ I want to go home.” Read More

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