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3 Myths About Aging Every Senior Should Debunk

No one can ever escape from the aging process. Our bodies grow just a little older each passing day, so science hasn’t been able to stop it. However, there are myths about aging that, unfortunately, have affected how many people take care of themselves. There are just too many health…

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The Longest Day – June 20, 2020

The Longest Day is the day with the most light — the summer solstice. On June 20, thousands of participants from across the world come together to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s through an activity of their choice. Together, they use their creativity and passion to raise funds and awareness…

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6 Foods That Might Help Prevent Dementia

Dementia is a term for a significant decline in mental ability, causing symptoms such as memory loss, behavior changes and loss of language skills. There are many different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and vascular dementia.  Preventing dementia can be difficult, but studies show that staying active,…

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The Importance of Winter Exercise for Seniors

When the weather gets cooler, it’s easy to find excuses to stay inside. All of a sudden, the blustery wind, icy sidewalks, and contagious illnesses make not venturing outside much more appealing, particularly for seniors. But, as a result, physical activity decreases, especially with age. Staying active as a senior…

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How Learning New Skills Can Affect Seniors’ Life Quality

Seniors are often encouraged to be active, but being out and about doesn’t cut it. Only certain activities are likely to yield benefits for senior citizens. Science tells us learning new mentally demanding skills keeps an ageing mind sharp and thus improves quality of life. By learning how to preserve…

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Attaining Guardianship for a Parent with Alzheimer’s

Guardianship for an individual with Alzheimer’s is imperative when the patient has reached the point of mental incapacitation. People living with Alzheimer’s will reach the stage wherein they lose their memory and cognitive skills, which are vital for carrying normal day-to-day interactions. Their ability to make decisions regarding their health…

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How Important Are Photographs For Someone Living With Dementia

Dementia can sometimes have an impact on cognitive ability and result in difficulty recalling memories. Whilst there are many different factors to consider in order to live a happy, healthy and active life with dementia, along with everyday physical needs, mental well being should also be at the forefront of…

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Well…Isn’t This Most Uncomfortable

This might be uncomfortable for some of you to read…it certainly was uncomfortable for me to experience. As the son of a mother with Alzheimer Disease (and her primary caregiver) you eventually end up doing things for which you could never have dreamed. I’m not a doctor / nurse or…

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The Final Curtain

by: David Moore Not quite the last laugh…but Despite finally losing her 13 year struggle with Alzheimer Disease…my mother found a way to make a grandiose exit. Pretty remarkable for someone who (like most A.D. victims) was nearing that final six week to six month stretch when they have trouble…

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An Alzheimer’s Guide, Your Image of Nursing Care & Assisted Living, Activities for People with Dementia & How to Solve Your Dilemma

A 2019 Guide to Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia   Improving the Image of Nursing Care & Assisted Living   Activities For People With Dementia   How Seniors Can Solve Common Aging-in-Community Dilemmas

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