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What Is the Difference Between a Nursing Home and Memory Care?

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For families, making informed decisions about a loved one’s well-being and care is crucial. To help understand the best community fit for your loved one, it’s important to recognize the different types of care communities and their focus on care. Memory care is focused on providing personalized, quality care to individuals experiencing cognitive decline due […]

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Can Parkinson’s Cause Seizures?

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Navigating the complexities of Parkinson’s disease can feel like decoding a multifaceted puzzle. The range of symptoms, from tremors and slowness of movement to postural instability, can be daunting. Some people with Parkinson’s can experience seizures, and ensuring safety and having access to compassionate support can increase your loved one’s quality of life.  Parkinson’s & […]

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What Are Some Symptoms of Dementia to Track?

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The term dementia includes several conditions related to memory and cognitive function. These conditions can include Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy body dementia, or vascular dementia. These disorders are progressive, meaning the symptoms gradually intensify over time.  Signs and symptoms to watch for include memory lapses, decline in problem-solving abilities, and difficulties with language or communication skills.  […]

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Why Do Dementia Patients Not Want to Eat?

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Dementia, a progressive disorder, has a significant impact on memory, cognitive abilities, and behavior. As the disease progresses, individuals commonly experience a distressing loss of appetite, potentially leading to weight loss. This decline in nutritional intake raises concerns for caregivers as proper nourishment is crucial for maintaining optimum health, well-being, and overall quality of life […]

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Moving a Parent with Dementia into Memory Care

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Moving a parent with dementia into a memory care community can be a difficult and emotional process. It is important to approach the situation with compassion and understanding. It’s also important to remember that the move is ultimately for the benefit of your parent, as memory care communities provide specialized care and support for those […]

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