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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

  4. The Gift of Sensory Blankets For the Memory Impaired

    Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are very confusing and can be upsetting for the person suffering from the cognitive changes as well as their caretakers. As the disease progresses and cognitive decline heightens, it does not remove the basic human needs including cognitive stimulation and meaningf…Read More

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    How to Talk to Your Kids About Dementia, Part 2

    Serenity Gardens in Dickinson, TX, offers the best memory care for your loved one suffering from a memory condition, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Our caretakers offer around the clock care for your loved one, making sure they are eating adequately, taking their medication, and helping …Read More

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    How to Talk to Your Kids About Dementia, Part 1

    Dementia is a difficult disease to understand and an even harder one to deal with. Dementia is an overarching term for conditions that seniors experience that develop with aging. Dementia includes a decline in memory, language, problem-solving skills, and other cognitive abilities. There are differe…Read More

  7. The “Normal” Aging Process and Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

    One of the challenges with identifying and diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease or any other form of dementia is that there is a common misconception that memory loss is a normal sign of aging. Modern medicine and diagnostic testing have advanced so much in the last decade, that when identified early, t…Read More