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  • Tips for enjoying the holidays with those who have Alzheimer’s

    Tips for enjoying the holidays with those who have Alzheimer’s

    December is here and the holiday season is in full swing! Decorations are transforming our homes and gatherings are in the works. With just a few weeks left in the year, everyone is packing a lot into a short time. This hectic season can become especially overwhelming for those who have Alzheimer’s Disease, and for their caregivers. Below are a few tips to help restore the festive mood to the holidays.

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  • Caregiving During the Holidays: Tips to Help Get You Through

    Caregiving During the Holidays:  Tips to Help Get You Through

    The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years are the most stressful time of year for many, but especially those caring for elderly relatives. It may also be bittersweet. Many of you are caregivers for your parents and kids at the same time. We thought we might offer a few tips for the caregivers during the holidays.

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  • Perfect gift ideas for seniors of all ages

    Perfect gift ideas for seniors of all ages

    ‘Tis the season to go shopping! While the holidays are about much more than material gifts, the joy of giving is undeniable. Now that Black Friday is behind us, it’s time to get serious about gift ideas. Sometimes the perfect gift is readily apparent, but more often than not, it takes time to reveal itself. This holiday season, we put together a simple guide to help you in your gift-giving quest. Here are some of our

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  • Five Myths about Medicare

    Five Myths about Medicare

    Medicare is one of the largest government-run programs so it’s no wonder that details and answers can be complicated. And with so much information out there on the subject, it can be hard to differentiate myths from facts. In this week’s blog, we will be diving into some of the most common misconceptions of the Medicare program. We hope to point out some of the most prevalent myths and provide the information you nee

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  • Stimulating activities for Alzheimer’s patients

    Stimulating activities for Alzheimer’s patients

    Struggling to find meaningful activities for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s or a related form of dementia? You’re not alone. Thousands of family caregivers just like you are searching for engaging activities for their loved ones. We know firsthand how difficult it is to find them, but through our work helping thousands of clients in memory care communities, we have discovered several mentally stimulating activ

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  • Caregiver fatigue – you’re not alone

    Caregiver fatigue – you’re not alone

    Caregivers take note! Your health is just as critical in helping the person under your care as the care you provide. We understand that being a caregiver can be mentally and physically demanding. It’s not uncommon for the heavy workload to manifest in caregiver fatigue or burnout. Our collaboration with professional caregivers across the nation has given us insight into what to watch for, efforts you can take once yo

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  • 10 indoor plants to boost your air quality

    10 indoor plants to boost your air quality

    When we close our door and head inside, we often assume we are blocking out the elements and any contaminated air. But what if we told you your indoor air might contain even more pollutants than you encounter outdoors? In the 1950s, NASA teamed up with the Associated Landscape Contractors of America to study houseplants as a way to combat this problem and help purify the air inside spacecrafts. Their research identif

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  • Nutrition-packed fall recipes anyone can make

    Nutrition-packed fall recipes anyone can make

    The holiday season means gathering with friends and family, enjoying the change in fall colors and of course, food! They say nothing brings people together like delectable food, and we couldn’t agree more. Previously, we shared a few recipe ideas with you for a simple, nutritious day. We would like to continue by delving into a few of our seasonal favorites!

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  • Five early warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Five early warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia in the world. It affects more than 5 million people in the U.S. alone. With no known cure, one of the best ways to combat the disease can be early detection. Below are some of the most important signs to look for in yourself or a loved one. If you relate to or identify with any of the traits below, please consult a doctor as soon as possible.

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  • Senior Transportation Services

    Senior Transportation Services

    Getting to the store, picking up medications and visiting loved ones can become increasingly difficult as the years go by. Thankfully, transportation options for seniors are more readily available than ever before. Today’s options include private cars, group transportation and even delivery services. Let’s explore just a few of the many options you or your loved one have to get around town.

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