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Activities and Dementia

Whether your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of progressive dementia, or has survived a stroke and is showing signs of vascular dementia, or is merely progressing in age, it is important for individuals to stay active. Highlighted by recent findings associating social isolation and depression with higher risk of […]

By |October 19th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Activities and Dementia

Preventing Wheelchair Accidents

Contributed by Max Gottlieb, Content Manager for Senior Planning

Sometimes, as a person progresses deeper into their senior years, they begin to face mobility

issues they are unaccustomed to. Of course, wheelchairs are a great aid to move a senior from

one place to the other, but they are also the cause of many injuries, including fatal ones. […]

By |October 12th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Preventing Wheelchair Accidents

Alzheimer’s and Communication

Learning to communicate with a family member or a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, or other forms of dementia and cognitive impairments, can many times be an incredibly daunting task. Nevertheless, it is crucial to communicate with that specific person and connect with them as best as possible. As these diseases progress, persons may be […]

By |October 5th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Alzheimer’s and Communication

The arrival of Autumn

Few seasons have inspired poetry and song as much as Autumn it seems. The crisp morning air, the changing colors of the leaves on the trees, the smell of ripening apples and the taste of the fall harvest, all the senses are stimulated with the arrival of Autumn.That time of year […]

By |September 28th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on The arrival of Autumn