You’ve Gotta Have Art And Music: How These Activities Can Help Memory Care Residents

In William Finn’s musical A New Brain, a semi-autobiographical story about a composer dealing with an arteriovenous malformation, song lyrics drive home the importance of having “heart and music to survive.” For patients dealing with dementia conditions, art and music can play a significant role in improving quality of life. Although the arts are often thought of as […]

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I Think My Loved One May Have Dementia: Now What?

Watching a loved one grow older can be difficult even under ideal circumstances. But if your loved one is exhibiting signs of significant memory loss, you may be overwhelmed and unsure of the next steps to take. While circumstances may vary, the following recommendations can serve as a guide to help you navigate this part […]

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3 Surprising Offerings Of Memory Care Facilities

There may eventually come a time when you’ll have to make a decision about your loved one’s long term care. And if your loved one is struggling with the effects of a dementia disease, that decision can be especially important. Considering that one in every three seniors passes away with Alzheimer’s or another form of […]

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