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Ways to Reduce the Risks of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common types of Dementia. It is a progressive disease that begins with mild memory loss and may progress to loss of ability to converse and respond to the environment. It can also seriously impair a person’s...

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Debunking Common Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurologic disorder that causes brain cells to die and the brain to shrink. This disease is the most common cause of Dementia, and experts define it as a progressive decline in cognitive, behavioral, and social ...

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Healthy Food for People with Dementia

In dementia care, proper nutrition is critical for dementia patients’ health, independence, and well-being. Many studies suggest that what we eat has an impact on our ability to think and remember as we age. Because advanced dementia patients m...

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Significance of Reading for Dementia

Books may be both pleasurable and effective learning tools because reading engages many of our brain’s functions. To follow a plot or major idea, we use vivid imagery and memory. Reading is similar to brain gymnastics. As a provider of Alzheime...

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Principles for Memory Care in Nursing Homes

Our memories define who we are. Those precious moments remind us of what or who matters. Seeing our loved ones struggle with memory problems can be painful. If you or someone you know requires Dementia Care, remember that we provide dependable Alzhei...

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Dementia Is Not Just in the Elderly

Aging and memory issues are commonly depicted together. However, not all memory problems are caused by aging and some are caused by other factors. Unfortunately, this common association can become a dangerous misconception. Myths of the same type pre...

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