Care for Seniors Living with Sundowners

6 Signs that Show a Senior may have Sundowners

6 Signs that Show a Senior may have Sundowners 6 signs that show a senior may have sundowners. “Sundowners” is a term used to describe a group of symptoms that tend to worsen in the late afternoon and evening in some older adults, particularly those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. These symptoms can vary from person to person, but some…

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Ten Tips to Thrive After Dementia

Ten Tips to Thrive After Dementia If you’ve spent any time around someone with dementia, you know that it can be a tough and heartbreaking condition. Dementia is one of the most common causes of cognitive decline in older adults and is most prevalent among those aged 65 and older. While there is no known cure for dementia, there are…

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Caring for Seniors with Dementia

Caring for seniors with dementia can be a difficult and challenging task. It is important to create a safe and comfortable environment for them. Caring for Seniors with Dementia – Fast Facts! 1. Dementia is a progressive brain disorder characterized by difficulties in memory, language, thinking, and behavior. 2. Dementia is not a normal part of aging but is more…

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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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