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Senior Care & The Hidden Issue of COVID

The Hidden Pain of COVID 19 As we in the health community and those living in the COVID era, there is one area that needs our attention; isolation. Isolation for seniors has become a significant issue. With lockdowns it was seniors that were impacted the most. Being isolated from family, friends, or even the ability to run simple errands. Now…

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Tips for a Healthy & Active Lifestyle for People with Dementia

Tips for a Healthy and Active Lifestyle for People With Dementia Eating healthy and staying active is good for everyone and is especially important for people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. As the disease progresses, finding ways for the person to eat healthy foods and stay active may be increasingly challenging. Here are some tips that may help: Consider different…

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10 Signs for the Early Onset of Dementia!

10 Signs of the Early Onset of Dementia Senior Care and Senior #health goes far beyond what we can see! In fact, we focus so much of our time and energy on the visual, that we miss signs of a disease, dementia. Dementia is sweeping through #Phoenix. When evaluating if you or a loved one needs in-home senior care, use…

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In-Home Senior Care for Dementia

  In-home senior care can be overwhelming. Is this you?(Hit play)  Not sure where to start?  Fearing that a loved one may have an early onset of dementia?  We are here to help.  We have Arizona’s elite dementia in-home care specialists.  We understand and care for all stages of dementia.  This is custom care, not one size fits all.  Yes,…

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What is Sundowner’s? Senior Care

What is Sundowners Syndrome? Sundowners syndrome, or sundowning, is a state of confusion that occurs later in the afternoon and into the night. This state of confusion is most often found in patients who have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and is comprised of a range of behaviors including increased confusion, anxiety and aggression. Sometimes people with this condition tend to…

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GPS Devices for Wandering Seniors with Dementia

GPS Devices for Wandering Seniors with Dementia are a great way to keep your loved one safe.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Six in 10 people with dementia will wander. This can be very dangerous because a person living with Alzheimer’s may not know their name, where they live, or phone number.  Seniors with dementia/Alzheimer’s can become confused even in…

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Aromatherapy and Dementia

Aromatherapy and Dementia, there is a connection.  Aromatherapy isn’t just good for reducing anxiety, but it is also effective at easing certain symptoms of dementia/Alzheimer’s.    What is aromatherapy?  Aromatherapy is an ancient practice in which essential oils from plants, herbs, flowers, and trees are used to improve the mental, spiritual, and physical well-being of patients. Essential oils are used by…

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Gift Ideas for Seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

Gift ideas for seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer’s.  With the holidays quickly approaching, you may be trying to figure out what to buy for your loved one who is suffering from memory loss.   Finding a gift for a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be difficult.  Choosing gifts for dementia patients or gifts for Alzheimer’s patients is…

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What is Cognitive Training?

What is Cognitive Training?  This is a question that people may ask if you have never heard of Cognitive Training, also known as Brain Training.  Just how the rest of your body needs movement (exercise), so does your brain.  Think of it as a brain fitness program.  Cognitive training is beneficial for seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. The idea…

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