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5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors Living with Dementia

5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors Living with Dementia

One of the most fulfilling parts of the holiday season is finding just the right gift for your loved ones. But this can be difficult if you have a senior loved one who is living with dementia. Alicia Seaver, Vice President of Memory Care Operations ...
Tips for Balancing Your Career and Your Aging Parents

Tips for Balancing Your Career and Your Aging Parents

If you’re a middle-aged adult, chances are you find yourself in the “sandwich generation.” This term defines individuals in their 40s to 70s who find themselves caring for their children, caring for their aging parents and also balancing their careers. ...
Strokes & Dementia: How Are the Two Connected?

Strokes & Dementia: How Are the Two Connected?

Many people associate the word “dementia” with “Alzheimer’s disease.” Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia that develops – it’s estimated that anywhere from 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases are Alzheimer’s-related. But Alzheimer’s is not the ...
Six Tips for Successful Caregiving Through the Holidays

Six Tips for Successful Caregiving Through the Holidays

For many people, the holidays are a joyful time to gather with friends and family and lighten our spirits. If you’re a family caregiver for a senior loved one, you may be both looking forward to and dreading this time of year. Sure, it’s great to be with ...
Keeping a Positive Attitude During the Cold-Weather Months

Keeping a Positive Attitude During the Cold-Weather Months

We just had the semi-annual time change on Sunday, November 3. While you and your family may have enjoyed gaining an extra hour of sleep, you may find yourself feeling more tired than usual. Maybe you’re becoming moody, or anxious. Because it gets dark ...
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