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How to Effectively Communicate with Alzheimer's
How to Effectively Communicate with Alzheimer's Thu, Apr 12, 2018 Just as the symptoms of Alzheimer's vary from one person to the next, communications skills do as well. Here are some strategies to effectively communicate with a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease. Read More

Dementia and Physical Stamina
Dementia and Physical Stamina Thu, Mar 29, 2018 A new study links your physical stamina now to your risk for dementia later in life. Read More

Successful Dining Out with Alzheimer’s
Successful Dining Out with Alzheimer’s Sat, Aug 26, 2017 Dining out can be a challenging, even stressful, experience for families when a loved one has Alzheimer’s or other related dementia. While many of us take the dining out experience for granted, these families are faced with the decision, stay home or... Read More

Detecting Alzheimer’s with Peanut Butter?!
Detecting Alzheimer’s with Peanut Butter?! Sat, Aug 12, 2017 As unusual as it sounds, researchers at the University of Florida may have found an inexpensive and noninvasive way to test for the Alzheimer’s disease, and it involves using peanut butter. Alzheimer’s is typically diagnosed through a PET scan or spi... Read More

What is a Fidget Quilt?
What is a Fidget Quilt? Wed, Aug 09, 2017 Seniors with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia can have hands that are restless or fidgety. You may notice movements such as hand rubbing, twisting fingers, or picking at fabrics. Fidgety hands may be a way of expressing anxiety or frust... Read More

Activities to Keep Senior Hands Busy
Activities to Keep Senior Hands Busy Sun, Aug 06, 2017 While some people tend to have fidgety hands, this is especially true for seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease You may notice movements such as rubbing hands, twisting fingers, or picking at fabrics. Fidgety hands may be a way of expressing a... Read More

Communication Tips for Alzheimer’s
Communication Tips for Alzheimer’s Sun, Jul 30, 2017 Just as the symptoms of Alzheimer’s varies from one person to the next, communication skills do as well. As the disease progresses, you can expect to see a person’s ability to communicate decline. It will be challenging for your loved one to express ... Read More

Creating a Memory Box
Creating a Memory Box Sun, Jul 02, 2017 Looking for a summer project for your senior loved one? Try making a memory box. A memory box is a box filled with keepsakes from a particular moment in your loved one's life, used to connect them to treasured people, places, and events from the past... Read More

Explaining Dementia to Kids
Explaining Dementia to Kids Fri, Jun 23, 2017 When a close family member has dementia it affects the entire family, especially children. It is difficult to know how to prepare kids for the changes they will see, but it is necessary. Often parents feel the need to protect their children, but it c... Read More

Take your Summer Workouts to the Pool- Benefits of Water Exercising for Seniors
Take your Summer Workouts to the Pool- Benefits of Water Exercising for Seniors Sun, Jun 11, 2017 Senior Citizens are particularly vulnerable to the dangers associated with the rising summer temperatures, but still need to maintain an active lifestyle for their overall health and well-being. Exercising in the pool can the perfect summer solution!... Read More

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