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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors with Dementia

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors with Dementia

It’s a new year, and for many, this is a new opportunity to reinvent themselves (or at the very least, try new things to improve themselves). That’s something we all have the capacity to do, no matter how young or old we are ... or even if we have ...
Sharing Bridges® Residents’ Treasured Holiday Memories

Sharing Bridges® Residents’ Treasured Holiday Memories

With the holiday season in full swing, residents’ families reflect on their favorite festive memories with their loved ones. Christmas Tree Shopping  Pat Mansfield, Friend of Judy Brock, Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke Resident I vividly recall the time ...
Cherished Holiday Memories at Bridges®

Cherished Holiday Memories at Bridges®

During this holiday season, residents’ families reflect on their favorite festive memories with their loved ones. Nancy Albertson shared these cherished holiday memories of time spent with her mother, Emily Ann Greenwood, a resident at Bridges® by EPOCH ...
6 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with the Entire Family

6 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with the Entire Family

Celebrating the holidays means different things to different people. Maybe for you it means gathering with a large group of friends and family and enjoying a festive feast. Or it could mean a quiet celebration watching your children or grandchildren ...
Navigate the Holidays with Ease (and Less Stress)

Navigate the Holidays with Ease (and Less Stress)

Caregiving for a senior loved one is stressful at the best of times – and downright overwhelming at the worst. The same can be said about the holiday season. But neither of these things have to be something you dread. In fact, says Erica Labb, Executive ...
6 Reasons to Join a Caregiver Support Group in 2020

6 Reasons to Join a Caregiver Support Group in 2020

As we get ready to wrap up 2019 and celebrate the new year, your thoughts may be turning to New Year’s resolutions. If you’re a caregiver to a senior loved one, especially one who is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, one ...
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