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There are over 46 million Americans who comprise the country’s senior population. Many are in good health and ready toRead more.
Yes, There’s More Than One: Understanding the Different Types of Dementia
Did you know that 50 million people around the world have dementia? Generally speaking, dementia refers to the gradual declineRead more.
Someone develops dementia every three seconds somewhere in the world. In 2017, there were approximately 50 million people living withRead more.
No one wants to admit that it might be time to get some help. But that time will come whether you’reRead more.
Each year, one in four senior Americans falls. This results to 800,000 hospitalizations and three million emergency room visits. A fall doublesRead more.
We’re all tempted to eat to sugary foods, especially around the holiday season. The average American actually consumes 152 pounds of sugar inRead more.
Understanding Alzheimer’s: The Different Stages and Alzheimer’s Behaviors
In the US alone, one out of every ten people who are over the age of 65 suffers from the devastating diseaseRead more.
Chances are you have someone in your life who is getting older and is starting the process of finding seniorRead more.
Aging does not have to suffocate your quality of life. In fact, there are places in the world where theRead more.
How to Convince Your Parents It’s Time for Assisted Living
Moving a loved one into assisted living isn’t the easiest thing to do, but in reality, the decision should alwaysRead more.
Malnutrition costs the US $157 billion in related diseases each year. Seniors are the ones most susceptible to these complications.Read more.
Does Difficulty Remembering Always Signify Alzheimer’s Disease in Seniors?
If you’ve ever forgotten what day it is or struggled to find the right word, you know how frustrating difficultyRead more.
Approximately 43.5 million Americans have become an unpaid caregiver to an adult or child over the past 12 months. Often,Read more.
Dementia and Sleep: How to Manage Alzheimer’s Sleep Problems
Did you know that a new person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every minute? Most of us are well aware ofRead more.
One of the hardest decisions to make for yourself or a loved one is if it is time to makeRead more.
Independent Living vs Assisted Living: What’s the Difference?
When you’re choosing between assisted living vs independent living, the needs of your loved one should be the guiding forceRead more.
Understanding the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
Many people today may assume one of two things about Alzheimer’s and dementia: they are one in the same diseaseRead more.
What is Early Onset Alzheimer’s and How Young Can it Start?
In Still Alice, Julianne Moore played the role of Dr. Alice Howland. She was a linguistics professor, diagnosed with earlyRead more.
Early Detection of Alzheimer’s: 5 Early Symptoms You Should Know
As we grow older, changes in our memory and behavior are only natural. This is part of growing old andRead more.
3 Memory Care Activities for Patients with Alzheimer’s
If you have a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s, you’re not alone. In fact, someone develops this disease everyRead more.
5 Powerful Vitamins for Alzheimer’s Prevention
Are you worried that you or someone you love may be developing memory problems or early onset of Alzheimer’s? You’reRead more.
Living With Alzheimer’s? How Assisted Living Can Help
If you or someone you love is living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia you’re not alone. Between 4-5 million AmericansRead more.
In a world where everyone is so connected, research has shown that society is the loneliest it’s ever been. MoreRead more.
Assisted Living vs Nursing Home: What’s the Difference?
Are you concerned about a beloved parent or another aging family member? Do you wonder what type of care they’llRead more.
The Truth About Living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Is your loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia? Dementia affects 4-5 million Americans and their families. Most of theRead more.
Half of all Americans at retirement age will need long-term care at some point in their lives. Approximately 10 millionRead more.