1. Move For Memory!

    Movement and exercise are critical to the health and overall wellbeing of all people, and are no less important in those with dementia or other cognitive deficits. In fact, it could be argued that movement is even more important for those with memory impairment because regular exercise helps promote…Read More

  2. Dementia Education and Memory Care Resources

    While it is well known that Alzheimer’s disease is a real concern and the aging population as a whole is at risk. However, not many people understand how the disease works or progresses, and furthermore, how to treat it. An Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis is not something that most people anticipa…Read More

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    Understanding Sundowners

    If you’ve ever visited with your loved one who suffers from dementia related to Alzheimer’s disease, you may have noticed the marked difference in mood and behavior between daytime visits and evening visits. You may notice that during the daytime, they may be more like their normal old self, tal…Read More

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    Montessori Method of Memory Care

    The Montessori method was first introduced as an effective learning method for young children and works under the premise that children learn best when they direct their own learning. Montessori schools approach learning as an interactive process, utilizing play and self-directed curiosity satiation…Read More

  5. What Our Families Have to Say About Us

    At Serenity Gardens Memory Care Assisted Living in Friendswood, Dickinson, and Deer Park, Texas, we don’t think of our residents as patients, we think of them as family. We offer home-style long term care options for your loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory deficits. Wh…Read More

  6. How to Cope When Your Loved One Forgets Who You Are

    One of the harshest realities you will have to face as a loved one of someone who suffers from Alzheimer's disease or another form of progressive dementia, is that some days they may not recognize you. This can be incredibly difficult for loved ones to handle and can even be hurtful. In fact, this i…Read More

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    How to Plan a Funeral for Your Loved One in Memory Care

    Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder where brain cells die and cause loss of memory and impaired cognitive function. It is a progressive disease that 5 million Americans are battling. Your loved one will find it hard to remember events, make decisions, or even recognize friends and family.…Read More

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    Tips for Saying Goodbye Before You Say Goodbye

    For those with a loved one who is suffering from some sort of memory loss, such as dementia or Alzheimer's, being around someone and caring for someone who has trouble remembering who you are can be devastating. For years, you have lived with this person who is often your mother, father, or grandpar…Read More

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    Wandering & Alzheimer’s — What You Need to Know, Part 2

    In our last blog post, we discussed wandering with regards to the memory impaired, what causes wandering, and some ways to help prevent wandering. The reality is that even with a 24-hour caregiver, a person can wander off in a blink of an eye. In this blog post, we’ll cover signs that your loved o…Read More

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    Wandering & Alzheimer’s — What You Need to Know, Part 1

    Those suffering from dementia or Altzheimer’s have a hard time remembering things. Dementia affects mental cognitive tasks, which include memory and reasoning. Alzheimer’s is a disease that is progressive. It affects memory and cognition as well with no known cure available. Altzheimer’s is a …Read More