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Navigating When One Spouse Needs Assisted Living

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Love grows strong over time. But sometimes, health does not follow the same path for both people. This can be hard when one spouse needs assisted living or memory care. It’s not easy to think about, but many couples face this situation. Imagine a couple enjoying retirement together. Suddenly, one partner’s health starts to decline, […]

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Connections: Person-Centered Care for Dementia

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Have you been seeking the right care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia? It can be a challenging and emotional journey, but you’re not alone. At Pegasus Senior Living communities, we understand this journey’s impact on the individual and their family. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to providing person-centered care services prioritizing each

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Our Mission to Provide the Best Senior Care Home

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Hello, I’m Chris Hollister, co-founder and CEO of Pegasus Senior Living. I want to share what motivates our associates at Pegasus and why we strive to offer the best senior care possible. If you’re reading this, you’re likely on a journey to find the right level of care for yourself or a loved one. We

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Connect, Move, and Learn: How to Slow Alzheimer’s & Dementia

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Are you wondering how to slow Alzheimer’s progression? You’re not alone. This question is on the minds of millions of people in the country: Over six million Americans have Alzheimer’s More than 11 million family members act as caregivers At least 13 million people are a risk of developing Alzheimer’s by 2050 We’re getting closer

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Dementia Communication Techniques and Innovative Therapies

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Caring for seniors with dementia requires more than just basic supervision. It involves developing effective communication techniques that foster understanding, connection, and support. The Connections memory care program is a signature service offered by Pegasus Senior Living communities. It relies on neuroplasticity data developed by Dr. Sandra Petersen. Our dementia care utilizes: The Connect, Move,

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Navigating Dementia and Tucson Alzheimer’s Care: Finding Comfort and Support

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Receiving the news that someone you love has Alzheimer’s may be confusing and overwhelming, but rest assured, you are not alone. Tucson, with its array of resources and support, offers a helping hand to walk you through this challenging time. We’ll explore steps you can take when your family member or friend is diagnosed with

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Flipping the Traditional Model of Living in Memory Care

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Welcome to the Connections Memory Care Program Considering memory care living arrangements for a loved one is a decision filled with emotions. It’s a journey that requires empathy, understanding, and knowledge. At Pegasus Senior Living, we’re changing the traditional nursing home and memory care unit models. Our evidence-based Connections memory care program brings an engaging

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Creating Dementia-Friendly Communities in Senior Living

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As the baby boomer generation gets older, the prevalence of dementia continues to rise, creating a greater need for dementia-friendly communities for seniors. The physical environment of a dementia-friendly community plays an essential role in supporting residents. Sensory-friendly design elements, such as clear signage, contrasting colors, and appropriate lighting, are implemented to aid navigation and

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Mastering Dementia Education with Dementia Live® Training

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As the elderly population grows, so does the need for trained caregivers to meet their specific needs. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “about 5.8 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. By 2060, the number of Alzheimer’s disease cases is predicted to rise to an

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