1. Myths About Caring for the Memory Impaired

    Dementia, whether related to Alzheimer's disease or some other condition, can be frightening for the patient as well as their family members and caretakers. Dementia and memory impairment can rob a person of their ability to do basic tasks and alters their personality. Many people believe that carin…Read More

  2. It Takes A Community: The Various Careers Available in Memory Care

    When someone suffers from dementia, Alzheimer’s or some other form of memory impairment, it takes a community of people to care for them. If you are a family member who is caring for your loved one who suffers from cognitive impairment, you may already know that you wear too many hats to keep trac…Read More

  3. 5 Facts About Dementia

    With 47 million people currently living with some form of dementia, the idea of what it is is fairly common knowledge, however, it is not well understood by many who are not directly affected. To help bring awareness and offer some general information, here we will share some facts about dementia th…Read More

  4. Why Choose a Career in Memory Care

    More than 47 million people worldwide suffer from some form of long-term dementia. This chronic, progressive disease symptom alters the victim’s perception of reality, causes behavior changes, and significantly impairs logical reasoning and memory. With the number of those who suffer from some for…Read More

  5. The Future of Alzheimer’s Treatments

    Remember When? Curing Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia that affects memory, thinking, problem-solving, and language. Alzheimer’s disease is caused by a build-up of proteins that form plaques and tangles of tau in the brain. These plaques and tangles c…Read More

  6. 6 Ways to Prevent Cognitive Decline

    Our brains are like muscles, and if not used, will decline in abilities and function. Despite popular belief, cognitive decline is not a normal symptom of aging. A decline in activity and responsibility does help advance the decline and, in the elderly, the signs become more prevalent. The good news…Read More

  7. Facts about Social Isolation

    According to the 2016 Census Bureau, nearly 28 percent of American residents 65 years and older lived alone. As we age, the chances of living alone only increase due to retirement, the death of friends and family members, and decreased mobility. While living alone is not causal of social isolation, …Read More

  8. Things That Get Better With Age

    For some reason, people tend to fear aging, convinced that somehow life is harder or closer to ending as they get older. The truth is, that there are many things that only get better with age, including life! To offer a reminder about the many great things that improve as they age, here is a list of…Read More

  9. How to Keep Your Brain Active After Retirement

    While the verdict is still out on whether or not you can ward off Alzheimer’s Disease by remaining physically and mentally active, there is absolute proof that keeping your brain active does help prevent cognitive decline —whether associated to Alzheimer’s or not! Keeping mentally “fit” he…Read More

  10. Modified Textured Diets: How to Still Spoil Your Loved One

    When your loved one lives in an assisted living center, one of the things that may happen is a texture modified diet to fit their needs and requirements. Although this does not alter the flavor of the food, it can come as a shock to family members and cause anxiety when deciding what snacks to bring…Read More