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  • Activities You Can Do Together

    Add a little fun to your day with a variety of stimulating activities. Participating in enjoyable outings and engaging activities can enhance the caregiving experience. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Alzheimer...

  • Did You Know...? The heart is a common symbol of love and can represent the wings of a dove, which also served as a symbol of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. Many cultures use knots as symbols of an eternal love th...

  • Tips to Reduce the Risk of Falls for Those with Dementia

    Did you know that those with memory loss or dementia are 4 to 5 times greater at risk for falling than seniors without impairment? Protect yourself and your loved one by reducing your risks. Key areas to check in your ho...

  • 7 Tips for Better Sleep from The Mayo Clinic

    Having trouble getting to or staying asleep? The restorative powers of a full night's rest does wonders to refresh the body and mind. But, when you cannot get restful sleep, your outlook and your abilities can be hampere...

  • By Philip R. Lepor, D.D.S. Could good oral hygiene and regular dental cleanings help prevent heart attack, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, as well as pancreatic, colon, and oral cancers? The lat...

  • How a positive attitude really can make a difference The reward of providing Alzheimer's care for others is most enjoyed when the caregiver is fulfilled. Taking care of yourself is just as important as caring for a loved...

  • In this weekend's paper, Parade Magazine featured an article with great tips for maintaining a healthy brain from Dr. Gary Small. We thought this advice was worth sharing. Click on the link to read more. How to Have An A...

  • For those with Alzheimer's, sleep does not always come easily. The sleep-wake cycle can get reversed taking a toll on both the caregiver and the Alzheimer's patient. The Mayo Clinic has a helpful article about how to man...

  • A recent study in the Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment Journal found that one or two drinks a day could help lower your risk for Alzheimer's disease. But, before you pull that keg out remember the key to improved b...