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Running, Vitamin B12, Eggs: Does Anything Help Prevent Alzheimer’s?

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Dealing with Alzheimer’s or any form of memory impairment can be a challenging experience that significantly alters the way you or a loved one live their life. However, with ongoing research and awareness, we can gain a better understanding of the condition and learn how to manage its symptoms. By researching and learning more every […]

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A Day in the Life of Someone with Parkinson’s

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Parkinson’s can change your habits, making it more challenging to manage the tasks that go into daily living. It may impact your ability to bathe, eat, or dress.  Parkinson’s develops differently, and each person may experience symptoms differently, altering how they go through life.  Learn more about what a day with Parkinson’s might be like […]

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Transitioning Your Loved One With Alzheimer’s to Memory Care

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Transitioning a loved one with Alzheimer’s to memory care can be a difficult and emotional process for everyone involved. However, memory care communities are designed specifically to provide the specialized care and support that individuals with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia need. Take your time investigating different care options, preparing for the move, and […]

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Parkinson’s Care Partner: How a Memory Support Community Can Help

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Finding the right support and living situation for older adults is a big decision. You want your loved ones to feel safe and comfortable. When a health issue affects their cognitive function or memory, it can be particularly crucial to balance respect for their dignity and advancing care needs. Memory care is a lifestyle program […]

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My Parent Has Been Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s: What Now?

A young male in a red sweatshirt is sitting beside a male senior in a wheelchair while he is showing some old photos and they are both smiling.

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis can change your loved one’s life. As time goes on, they will need a supportive community around them as they require more care. What can you do after your loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s?  Alzheimer’s takes years to progress, with some people living as long as 20 years with this condition. […]

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What Is Mixed Dementia?

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Dementia Types Dementia is a term most people have heard of but may not be familiar with the many types. So when your loved one is experiencing cognitive problems, how can you tell the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and Lewy body dementia?  Knowing the type of dementia is crucial for medical professionals helping someone with […]

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