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Financial and Legal Planning for Alzheimer’s or Dementia

For most adults, making sure their life affairs are in order is a priority. But for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, the passage of time

How Independent Living Helps Seniors Make Friends and Avoid Social Isolation

We all need social interaction to thrive. But as we grow older, unfortunately, that can become more difficult, instead of easier to accomplish. Vital to both

Sensory Stimulation: The Benefits and 20 Ideas to Connect

All of us respond to our senses. Whether it’s a gentle touch or tasting food that reminds us of our childhood, sensory stimulation can activate many

Exploring Your Creative Side: 5 Benefits of Communicating with Art

While most of us appreciate the beauty that art adds to our lives, it often remained in the background while we were busy with careers and

COVID-19 BLOG: Staying Connected While Socially Isolating

Our “new normal” is anything but, however, there are plenty of ways to participate in life without ever leaving the safety of your home. You can


As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has now officially spread in the U.S. to all 50 states, medical professionals and government agencies continue to work together to limit

The Benefits of Pet Therapy for Those with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

The physical and mental health advantages of pet ownership are well known. Taking care of a dog can get us outside for walks and, along with

Why independent living? Here are the top 10 reasons

Is your current home getting in the way of how you want to live? Are you tired of climbing stairs, spending money on maintenance or wishing

The Acceptance Journey: 6 Steps to Find Your Way After a Dementia Diagnosis

From the moment a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia is received, lives are irrevocably changed. It may seem that nothing will be as it once was,
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