Assisted Living or Home Care?

There are numerous types of supportive living environments that can help individuals live independently, even after day-to-day tasks have gotten more challenging. This can include the onset of mobility issues, memory loss or having a bit of trouble performing daily activities of living (ADLs). This is a normal part of…
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Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

According to their latest published facts and statistics, the Alzheimer’s Association reported that someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease every 65 seconds. More than 5.7 million Americans have already been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and by 2050, that number is expected to increase to 14 million.…
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What is Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia, sometimes referred to as multi-infarct dementia (when caused by a series of mini-strokes), is the second most common type of dementia. Since vascular dementia is often the result of a stroke, symptoms may appear suddenly following a stroke. Vascular dementia results in a deterioration of thinking skills when…
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Benefits of Having a Pet During Retirement

Pets are great at any stage of life. They offer unconditional love, companionship, a sense of responsibility and even an opportunity to interact with other people. Having an animal companion may be especially wonderful during retirement. Older pet owners are getting so many benefits from their animal companions, in fact,…
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Health Benefits of Living Near the Water

It’s no secret that life near the water has a lot to offer. Beautiful views, scenic drives, fun activities – But did you know that living near the water has health benefits as well? Doctors and researchers are finding an increased list of reasons that living near water is a…
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What Caregivers Need to Know About Wandering

The number of wandering episodes has been steadily rising, posing life-threatening consequences to those individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Today, it is estimated that 60% of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments will display some form of wandering behavior, which will puts vulnerable…
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Signs It’s Time to Get a Hearing Aid

If you suffer from untreated hearing loss, what are you missing in your daily life? Maybe it’s the sound of a sudden rainstorm, a conversation with a good friend or your grandchild’s laughter. Degradation of hearing can affect all areas of your life, and it can cause you to become…
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The Benefits of Painting for Brain & Mental Health

Regular exercise and healthy eating are known ways to age successfully, but also having a creative hobby, like painting, keeps your mind strong and may improve your overall quality of life. Here are six great benefits of painting that may improve your mental and physical health: 1. Promotes Stress Relief Mental-health…
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