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Sharing and Journaling with Family and Friends

Many of you may have seen or read The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. A story of a woman who knew she would eventually lose her memory. Allie, the name Sparks gave his character,...

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Engage your aging loved ones with these interesting questions

With the summer months quickly approaching, it's the perfect time to sit down and bond with your aging loved ones. Rather than just watching TV or playing a board game, take...

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Preventative Measures You Can Take Against Dementia and Alzheimer's

Brain health is important and maintaining it can be easier than you might think. Age and genetics are often uncontrollable factors that can lead to Alzheimer’s disease, but...

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What Part of the Brain Does Alzheimer’s Affect?

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative brain disease that is affecting about 5.5 million people worldwide as of 2017. This disease attacks and destroys healthy neurons in the brain,...

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What Are the Different Stages of Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive disease that every patient experiences differently. For example, the rate at which it progresses varies from person to person. However, in...

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State of Memory Care 2018: New Developments & Trends

The state of memory care continues to evolve as increased demand for memory care grows with the aging population. New developments and trends include facility design, increased...

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How Reliable Are At-Home Genetic Tests for Alzheimer's?

More and more people are turning to at-home genetic testing in order to learn more about their health. An at-home genetic test for Alzheimer's is available for those concerned...

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10 Great Activities for People with Dementia

Older adults with dementia still have the desires to feel engaged in life, be successful, and have fun. Even though they can't enjoy many of the same activities they used to,...

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7 Habits to Reduce your Risk of Dementia

Dementia is on the rise, partly because better health care means an aging population. The increase is also due to changes in the lifestyles of recent generations. Sedentary...

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