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Social Isolation and Risk of Death

​It is an all too familiar story. “When Mom passed, we had Dad move in with us so we could be closer to him, and help take care of him. We both work during the day, but he enjoyed the peace and quiet at home. I don’t know how it happened; everything seemed to slip […]

By |June 21st, 2021|Blog|Comments Off on Social Isolation and Risk of Death

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 |June 14th, 2021|Blog|Comments Off on Activities and Dementia

Summer Safety

It seems summer may arrive a bit early this year, and we are all enjoying the outdoors more and more. Here are a few things to remember as we spend more time outdoors this season.

Remain Hydrated: Bring a bottle of water wherever you go

Wear comfortable well-fitting shoes, preferably with a non-slip sole

Make sure walkways around […]

By |June 7th, 2021|Blog|Comments Off on Summer Safety

Honoring Our Veterans on Memorial Day

We hope that everyone has a chance to take a few moments today and reflect on today’s holiday.

Perhaps the greatest value of a life is to spend it for something that lives after it. On Memorial Day, we honor and remember more than a million Veterans who lost their lives on our behalf to defend […]

By |May 31st, 2021|Blog|Comments Off on Honoring Our Veterans on Memorial Day