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Walk With Me: Easing the Transition to Memory Care

Walk With Me: Easing the Transition to Memory Care

Even with many senior communities now offering dementia care, family caregivers must still face issues of availability and cost, as well as choosing the right place where loved ones will thrive.

Alzheimer's Disease.  Alzheimer's disease affects thinking, concentration, memory, and judgment, and ultimately impedes a person’s ability to perform normal daily activities.  Alzheimer's Reading Room

What is Alzheimer's Disease?

Alzheimer's disease affects thinking, concentration, memory, and judgment, and ultimately impedes a person’s ability to perform normal daily activities.

Even if a loved one suffers from memory loss, there are numerous ways to evoke and preserve their memories of the past. Learn more.

5 Ways to Capture Memories: Seniors with Alzheimer’s

Photos, Scrapbooks and Videos are great ways to communicate with a loved one who can no longer retain recent memory -- I love these 5 Ways to Capture Memories: Seniors with Alzheimer’s

“Alive Inside” Alzheimer’s Movie Review, a fabulous, moving testimony to the power of music and its role in memory care. A must see when it comes your way. See movie website for touring/release schedule.

A Review of “Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory”

Alive Inside, directed by Michael Rossato-Bennet, is a moving documentary about music awakening seniors with Alzheimer’s.

6 Reasons Why Visiting Loved Ones Keeps Them Young & Happy  (GREAT ARTICLE) 1.  Gives you a chance to evaluate their health, safety & well being.  2. Visits can help you prevent neglect & elder abuse.  3. Visits with family can help bring back positive memories.  4.  Visits help the elderly stay emotionally engaged.  5. Visits remind your family that you love them.  6.  Visits help us create new experiences & memories for the future.

6 Reasons Why Visiting Loved Ones Keeps Them Young

Encouraging seniors to recollect and share memories is a stimulating mental activity. It promotes good social interaction and strengthens friendships. Wonderful and touching stories may be derived from this activity.

How to Conduct a Reminiscing Session

How to Conduct a Reminiscing Session: Encouraging seniors to recollect and share memories is a stimulating mental activity. It promotes good social interaction and strengthens friendships. Wonderful and touching stories may be derived from this activity.

10 Unforgettable Facts About Your Memory

10 Unforgettable Facts About Your Memory

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