Alzheimer’s Disease and Sundowning

Sundowning, or sundown syndrome, affects some folks who have Alzheimer’s illness and dementia. People with dementia who “sundown,” encounter periods of increased confusion and agitation as the sun goes down; and occasionally through the night. Sundowning may prevent individuals with dementia from sleeping well. It might also make them more prone to wander. Sundowning is […]

By |July 13th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Alzheimer’s Disease and Sundowning

Preserving Assets with Long Term Care Planning

 Shared with permission from Eric Jackson and Genworth Financial Agency, Inc.

If you’re a member of the Baby Boomer generation (born between 1944 and 1964), you already know how important it is to save for your retirement. The security our parents once had through company pensions has all […]

By |July 6th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Preserving Assets with Long Term Care Planning

Happy Independence Day (almost)!

We hope everyone is able to spend a little time off with friends and family later this week.

From all of us and Centennial Adultcare Center, Happy Independence Day!

By |June 29th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Happy Independence Day (almost)!

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression

As discussed in a previous blog article, Alzheimer’s disease is a multi-stage, incurable, progressive disorder that generally progresses over 8-10 years or more, but always results in death. Every individual is different, but the first few stages typically develop and progress rather slowly, but will gradually worsen with time. More often than not, the later […]

By |June 22nd, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Alzheimer’s Disease Progression