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A Nightly Game Could Become a Great Tool to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s

By Julie and Brendan McCormick | Mar 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are some studies indicating mental stimulation could slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s, at least for a few weeks or possibly even a couple of months (Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation). There are numerous types of mental stimulation people can engage in, including reading, writing, doing the crossword puzzle, and even playing strategic…

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Relocating Can Increase Stress for a Person with Alzheimer’s

By Michelle DeFilippis | Jan 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Moving is one of the biggest stressors in life. It is stressful for children, young adults, middle-aged adults, even if they are excited about the prospect of moving into a larger house, seniors, and everyone in between. When a person is dealing with mental challenges, such as having been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form…

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Finding the Right Footing When Your Spouse Is Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

By Cliff Glier | Oct 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

It was a cold, snowy afternoon when Mike and Linda were at the doctor’s office. In their early 70s, they were both concerned. Mike had been exhibiting signs of memory related issues and even though they didn’t really want to think about it, Alzheimer’s kept coming back to the forefront of their mind. They delayed…

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3 Things Every Alzheimer’s Care Provider Should Know

By Julie and Brendan McCormick | Sep 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

Supporting somebody who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may seem relatively simple in the beginning. Of course, most family members and friends will understand this is a progressive disease for which there is no cure at the moment. The memory loss and other challenges will become progressively more significant, and whoever is providing care and…

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