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Tips for Alzheimer’s Care: Arizona Resources

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Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a difficult and rewarding experience. It is important to provide support and assistance. It is also important to respect the individual’s ability to maintain as much independence as possible. Keep reading for tips on how to help care for a loved one with dementia. These suggestions …

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Why You’ll Find Specialized Memory Care in Kansas

Glenwood Village of Overland Park | Senior woman and her caregiver sitting on a bad holding hands

When it comes to memory care, Kansas City is one area leading the way. You’ll find communities that have specialized knowledge about the needs of assisted living and memory care residents. Glenwood Village of Overland Park is one community where your loved one can receive data-based care. Our community is in an area near one …

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Dementia and Traveling: How to do it and what to expect

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Dementia is a progressive disease that can be difficult to manage. However, recent studies have shown that traveling can benefit people with dementia positively. Get the facts with Dr. Sandra Petersen, Senior VP of Health and Wellness of Pegasus Senior Living. Learn more about how traveling can improve the mental health and well-being of people …

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After a Dementia Diagnosis: What You and Your Family Should Know

Broadway Mesa Village | Senior woman and her daughter looking at a picture in a frame

Discovering a loved one is living with memory loss can be devastating. You may have noticed odd things or concerning scenarios, but it’s hard to believe. It usually starts as small things that can be key warning signs: Your mom hasn’t been attending her regular social events. Your husband can never find his car keys. …

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I Have A Parent With Dementia. How Can I Help Them?

Parmer Woods at North Austin | Senior in wheelchair laughing with her daughter and granddaughter

You are not alone if your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Over six million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia. The symptoms of dementia like memory loss and behavior changes will eventually interrupt daily life. You may have noticed personality changes …

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Finding Support for Seniors with Alzheimer’s and Dementia 

Elk Grove | Shot of a young nurse standing beside an older woman in a wheelchair.

Did you know that according to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are around 6.5 million Americans aged 65 and older living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2022? Seventy-three percent are 75 or older. That number is only going to increase as the population continues to age. Looking at California Alzheimer’s statistics, the state is projected to have …

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Great Every Day: Alzheimer’s Care in Houston

The Farrington at Tanglewood | Seniors enjoying group drawing activities

The Farrington at Tanglewood is a senior living community in Houston, Texas. We’re here if you’re looking for expert Alzheimer’s care for an older family member. Our location provides award-winning assisted living and memory care. Our associates are passionate about treating residents with respect and dignity. We go above and beyond to make sure each …

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The Warning Signs of Dementia: Personality Changes

Pegasus Senior Living | Senior woman talking with her caregive

Pegasus Senior Living Senior VP of Health and Wellness Dr. Sandra Petersen created the Connections program for memory care. She holds qualifying certificates in family practice, psychiatric-mental health, and geriatric medicine. As a founding member of the Assisted Living Federation of America’s Nurse Action Committee, she is a nationally recognized expert in senior living care. …

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Sleeping and Alzheimer’s: Get A Good Night’s Rest as A Caregiver

North Point Village | Seniors sleeping soundly

Getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult when you have stress related to your loved ones’ dementia. Family members providing home care who develop excess sleepiness can quickly fall into caregiver burnout. Dementia can cause changes in sleeping patterns, which can make it difficult for caregivers to get the rest they need. In this …

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How to Make Friends When You Have Alzheimer’s Disease: Tips for Roswell Seniors

Magnolia Place of Roswell | Two seniors in a nursing home playing a board game

Making friends can be difficult when you have Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. However, it is important to maintain old friendships and make new ones too. This is where Magnolia Place of Roswell comes in – we provide personal care home services for older adults who want to live independently at a pace …

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