Assisted Living & Rehab Sarasota

What Does Quality Memory Care Look Like?

A diagnosis of Dementia or Alzheimer's evokes a variety of emotions. Thoughts range from sadness for your loved one to the stress of learning how you will care for them. While...

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How to Care for Your Loved One with Dementia

Caring for a loved one with Dementia can have challenges that affect the entire family as well as your loved one.

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Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Dementia and Alzheimer's disease does not affect every person in the same way. Despite the differences, people who suffer from it do tend to exhibit many of the same symptoms...

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How is Technology Revolutionizing Memory Loss Care?

Memory loss is a tough thing to experience, especially for seniors who suffer from it, as well as their families. Not only can memory loss impact interpersonal relationships,...

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4 Sensitivity Tips to Help Educate Your Children About Grandma’s Memory Loss

When a grandparent suffers from memory loss, it can be confusing for children. Little things that we all take for granted, like knowing someone’s name, can be a frustrating...

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Helping Transition Your Loved One Comfortably into an Assisted Living Community

Moving into an assisted living community can be a challenging task for both you and your loved one. However, the challenge can become much easier when you are prepared for the...

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How to Still Live Comfortably with an Alzheimer's or Dementia Diagnosis

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s does not mean that individuals are incapable of living on their own. Some people who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia can often live alone...

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What Are The Different Types of Dementia?

Dementia is a combination of symptoms that affects how we use our brain. They can include: trouble in thinking, language, low problem solving skills, and loss of memory. The...

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Why Choose a Memory Care Community in Sarasota for Your Loved One with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, at least half of all elderly (65+ years of age) assisted living residents have some form of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease,...

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