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  • Quick Activities for Dementia Care Quick Activities for Dementia Care Although dementia is most commonly diagnosed in seniors, it can also happen to middle-aged people, as well as those who have suffered a brain injury. Many people still go on to live long lives after diagnosis, so it’s important to understand the condition and how you can ... Read More
  • How to Have Meaningful Conversations with Dementia Patients How to Have Meaningful Conversations with Dementia Patients If you have a loved one with dementia, you probably already know how frustrating it can be to communicate sometimes. Limited understanding and cognitive decline can be very overwhelming for both the patient and the caregiver, but there are ways to make it easier. Here are ... Read More
  • Debunking the Myths of Falling for Seniors Debunking the Myths of Falling for Seniors Are you one of the millions of Americans who think that tumbles and falls are just par for the course in older adults? The truth is, falling can be devastating for seniors and should be prevented at all costs. It’s not normal to fall and no matter how old you are, there are ... Read More
  • Helping Seniors with a High Protein Diet Helping Seniors with a High Protein Diet Did you know that a diet high in protein is incredibly important for seniors? Protein is particularly important right before medical procedures or surgery and can help the healing time during an acute illness when the body doesn’t digest protein as easily. For our seniors, ... Read More
  • Determining When Your Senior Loved One Should Stop Driving Determining When Your Senior Loved One Should Stop Driving It is never easy to have a conversation with a senior loved one that has to do with giving up the keys to the car for good. After all, driving represents independence and freedom for most people, so it can be really difficult to know when the time is right to ask your loved ... Read More
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