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  • How to Help Seniors with Alzheimer's Disease Eat Well How to Help Seniors with Alzheimer's Disease Eat Well Part of staying well is a nutritious diet. This is even more important for people who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia . Check out our tips for helping your older adult eat well! Choosing Food Choose foods the person enjoys. Make sure their diet includes a lot of ... Read More
  • Making Life Easier for Alzheimer’s Patients Making Life Easier for Alzheimer’s Patients One of the most dreaded moments a family can face is receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. It can be really difficult to navigate the many challenges between initial diagnosis and the end of life. All too often, families try to handle it all on their own, only to discover ... Read More
  • Know the Physical Signs of Alzheimer’s Symptoms Know the Physical Signs of Alzheimer’s Symptoms When most people think of Alzheimer’s Disease, they think of memory loss, inability to recognize family members and basically just being a shell of who they used to be. The good news is that there is more hope than ever for treating this awful disease! It’s important to ... Read More
  • 4 Ways to Help Seniors With Alzheimer’s Enjoy the Holidays More 4 Ways to Help Seniors With Alzheimer’s Enjoy the Holidays More There’s no doubt about it—the holiday season is the busiest of the year and can throw our normal routines into chaos. For seniors who deal with Alzheimer’s, this change of routine can be quite stressful. With all the traditions of family, visits from relatives, and endless ... Read More
  • Why Women Are More Prone To Alzheimer’s Why Women Are More Prone To Alzheimer’s A study of caregivers and Alzheimer’s disease show that women are diagnosed more often for the disease than men. This is evident from a 2011 report published by the Alzheimer’s Association which indicates that of the 5.4 million Americans with Alzheimer’s, more than 3.4 ... Read More
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