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When it comes to Memory Care, Action is Everything

There are few of us past the age of 60 who don’t feel a little tinge of anxiety over mislaid keys or a forgotten name. It’s really not about those…

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Fear of Going Out (FOGO)

Free at Last! But I Have FOGO It’s finally happened. The CDC has lifted most Covid-19 restrictions just in time to celebrate summer and a better year ahead. But, after…

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Dementia Affects The Whole Family

Nancy and grandson, James The very word “dementia” strikes fear into every person over 65 and every daughter or son over the age of 40. Because, when signs of dementia…

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Learn About COVID Long-Haul Syndrome

COVID-19 has taken over 585,000 American lives, but we often don’t hear about the people who have developed “Long-Haul” syndrome- effects from having contracted COVID that can last weeks, months,…

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Memory Care and Person-Centered Care

When someone is in the early stages of dementia or cognitive decline, the common reaction is often a mix of concern and denial. Family members, caregivers and patients alike search…

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Now That I'm Vaccinated, What's Next?

Learn more about what to do now that you're vaccinated to stay healthy and safe

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Benefits of Aromatherapy

The term “Essential Oils, or Aromatherapy” can feel a little outside of the mainstream. But the reality is that essential oils, flowers and herbs have been used in healing for…

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The Healing Power of Reiki

What is Reiki? Reiki pronounced ( Ray-Key) is an alternative healing practice that originated in Japan and is now practiced worldwide. The word “Reiki” comes from the Japanese words “rei”…

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The Benefits of Yoga

If the idea of yoga for seniors sounds a little too “cruchy granola” for you, it is time to rethink that idea. Yoga, especially restorative yoga, can also offer a…

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