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  • Benefits of Art Therapy for
    Individuals with Alzheimer’s

    “A wealth of research has demonstrated that participation in creative activities promotes health and well-being by stimulating curiosity and self-evaluation, by encouraging individuals to express themselves in meaningful ways, and by affirming their dignity and self-worth.” ~ a quote by The Society for the Arts in Dementia Care There truly is an amazing amount of research supporting art therapy as

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  • Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

    Maybe you have a family member who has developed Alzheimer’s and you’re wondering what the chances are that you may find yourself facing the disease. Or, you may have concerns about your children if you or your spouse has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia. You’re not alone. Many people wonder the exact same thing. The

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  • Low Impact Exercises for Seniors to Enjoy

    As winter slips away and mother nature begins to awake from her cold winter slumber, we often feel more inclined to get moving ourselves. But as our bodies age, exercise can become harder on joints that are stiff and painful or old injuries that come to haunt us. You may be wondering what exercises are best for the older adult.

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  • Important Questions to Ask When
    Choosing a Memory Care Community

    When you or someone close to you needs the services that only a memory care community can provide, then you know how important finding the right community really is. But typically, by the time you find yourself looking for or considering a memory care community, you’re probably overwhelmed. So, to make the task a little easier, we’ve compiled a list

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  • Sleep & Dementia: Tips for
    Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

    Many older adults notice changes in their sleep patterns as they age. In people with dementia, though, these sleep disturbances tend to be more severe and occur more frequently. These sleep changes are more common in late stages of dementia, but some studies show sleep changes can occur during the early stages of dementia. Dementia is not a specific disease,

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