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19 Best Activities for Seniors with Dementia

19 Activities for Seniors with Dementia

19 Activities for Seniors with Dementia 19 Activities for Seniors with Dementia. It’s important to remember that those suffering from Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia are people too–they want and need companionship and purpose just like anyone else. These invigorating, interactive activities for seniors with dementia provide enjoyable, creative, and worthwhile ways to spend time with your loved…

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The Different Types of Dementia

The Different Types of Dementia

The Different Types of Dementia There are different types of dementia, each with its own set of symptoms and causes. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, which typically leads to a decline in cognitive abilities and memory loss. Vascular dementia is another type of dementia that can occur after a stroke or other type of brain injury.…

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Dementia & Alzheimer’s for Seniors

Dementia & Alzheimer’s for Seniors Dementia & Alzheimer’s is becoming common occurrence as we age, and it’s only natural that our abilities begin to decline. For many seniors, this includes issues with memory and cognition. Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are two of the most common conditions that can cause these problems. If you’re a senior or have a loved one…

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Senior Care for Dementia

In-Home Dementia Care In Mesa Arizona

In-Home Dementia Care In Mesa Arizona In-home dementia care in Mesa Arizona is on the rise. Dementia amongst seniors across the US and in Mesa along with all of Arizona is a public health issue? The question of prevention is not for today. The question is “How do we best live with dementia?” “Alzheimer’s disease is a growing public health…

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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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