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Reminiscence Therapy Helps Seniors Enjoy Conversation in Colorado Dementia Care

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Colorado dementia care communities like The Courtyards at Mountain View use reminiscence therapy to boost confidence and promote socialization within group settings or even one-on-one conversations. Reminiscence therapy for dementia can mean a lot to a senior because it’s a chance for someone to listen to them. Connections is the signature memory care program offered …

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Finding Memory Care: Austin, TX Resources

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What is memory care? Memory care is a supportive and secure environment for Alzheimer’s and dementia residents. Over 400,000 Texans live with Alzheimer’s. This neurocognitive disorder prevents older adults from living independently and usually means family members step in to act as caretakers. Memory care provides relief to caretakers and their loved ones. By letting …

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How To Talk to a Parent with Dementia—Or Any of Your Loved Ones with Neurocognitive Disorders

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Dr. Sandra Petersen is the Senior Health and Wellness Consultant for Pegasus Senior Living. She designed the Connections Program for their memory care communities, focusing on neuroplasticity techniques to slow the memory loss process of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. By having engaging activities guided by trained dementia specialists, residents of the program find …

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How to Find Memory Care Facilities in Denver

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Do you need to find care for your loved one living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia? It’s ideal to begin searching for memory care as early as possible. However, neurodegenerative disorders are unpredictable in how fast they will progress, potentially impacting how much time you have to find long-term Alzheimer’s care. No matter …

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Can My Loved One Find Care for Middle Stage Alzheimer’s in Denver?

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Connections, a memory care program coming soon to The Courtyards at Mountain View in Denver, utilizes a data-based idea of neuroplasticity to slow memory loss and add purpose to your loved one’s life at any stage of their journey with Alzheimer’s. Our solutions for dementia care are inspired by Pegasus Senior Living Senior VP of …

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Does Your Parent Need Assisted Living or Memory Care? What to Look for This Holiday Season

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The holidays are a joyous time for families to come together. It’s a time to share laughs, reminisce, and check-in. However, it’s also time to notice how your loved ones are doing. If dad looks like he lost some weight, or mom’s behavior seems a little off, you may think you’re seeing red flags. These …

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Three Reasons Why Companion Living Benefits Alzheimer’s Care

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When a loved one lives with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, you’ll need to find round-the-clock care for them eventually. Companion suites in memory care communities offer a cost-effective solution with the added benefit of forming valuable new friendships. The Connections Program for Memory Care in Pegasus Senior Living communities across the country provides …

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How Do You Know When a Person With Dementia Should Stop Living Alone?

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The decision to move a loved one with dementia, especially a parent, to a secure memory care environment is complex and rarely clear-cut. Most families faced with this situation struggle with the decision as dementia changes may be insidious and are hard to detect in the early stages. Each individual’s journey with dementia is very …

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Navigating the Challenges of Dementia Care

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If you’re currently struggling to care for a loved one with dementia, you’re not alone. According to AARP, “nearly 11.2 million Americans serve as unpaid caregivers for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and 57 percent have been doing so for at least four years.” If your parent or loved one is …

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Find Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Austin, TX at Parmer Woods at North Austin

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A recent report noted that seniors in Texas are living longer than ever. The senior population in the Lone Star state expects to reach 8.3 million, nearly double the current number. With the increase of older adults, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia cases are also rising. The study by the researchers at The University …

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