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Can People with Dementia Live Alone?

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Navigating life with dementia presents unique challenges for those affected and their support networks. A common query surrounds the feasibility of individuals with dementia residing alone. The complexity of dementia, influenced by its stage, the individual’s living conditions, and available support, dictates the answer.  The ability of people with dementia to live alone will depend […]

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Can Brain Games Improve Memory?

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Brain games have been around for a long time, from crosswords, puzzles, and sudoku to digital problem-solving training and memory matching. These games have gained popularity with health claims ranging from improved memory retention to staving off cognitive decline. But do they truly live up to their hype?  Whether digital or not, brain games, alongside […]

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How To Decide Between Assisted Living and Memory Care

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Making the decision to move a loved one to an assisted living or memory care community can be difficult. Understanding the differences between the two types of care is essential in order to make an informed decision on which is best. Assisted living provides personalized care, while memory care focuses more heavily on specialized services […]

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How to Improve Working Memory

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As we age, it’s natural to find our cognitive abilities, especially our working memory, start to decline. Nevertheless, there’s no need to resign ourselves to a life of endless forgetfulness! You can support your working memory with several habits and many different levels of care for senior living.  There are many ways to improve working […]

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When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care

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When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care Many senior living communities offer multiple levels of care to meet each resident’s needs. Most of the time, these include independent living, assisted living, memory care, and respite care. Residents in assisted living and memory care communities usually require more assistance to live independently. Someone in […]

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