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How to Talk to Someone with Dementia

Effective communication requires patience, empathy, and a willingness to adapt. Communicating with someone who has dementia can be challenging, but it is also incredibly important. Dementia affects memory, thinking, and social abilities, often making interactions more difficult. Maintaining meaningful connections through communication can significantly improve the quality of life for people with dementia. Simple changes […]

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Can Patients Leave Memory Care?

If your loved one needs extra support, memory care may be just what they need. This senior lifestyle is ideal for older adults with cognitive conditions like dementia. While your loved one has supportive care, there may be questions about wanting to leave the community.   Your loved one can always leave for trips or activities […]

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Can Diabetes Cause Memory Loss?

People with diabetes are more at risk of cognitive impairment leading to forgetfulness, inability to learn new things, and problems with attention. These issues can be mild and have little impact on someone’s ability to live independently, or can be more extreme, leading to dementia. Diabetes can cause cognitive problems, including memory issues. With proper […]

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Home Safety Assessment Checklist

Home is where you should feel the safest, regardless of your age. All homes eventually need some upgrading to stay safe throughout our lives. Simply put, falling doesn’t have to be a part of getting older. Whether you’re moving somewhere new or looking to improve your current home, we’ve got a handy checklist to make […]

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