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Geriatric Depression

Geriatric Depression

The changes that we must adapt to in later life—retirement, the death of friends and other loved ones, increasing isolation, a decrease in vitality/ independence, medical problems—often cause depression. These losses prevent you from enjoying life as you did. The effects go beyond mood. Other symptoms include a lack of energy, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, and even physical health. However, depression is not a normal part of aging and should be acted upon. Today there are many actions yo

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In-Home Threats for those Living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

People with Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia experience a gradual yet steady decline in cognitive ability, social awareness, overall memory, safety and understanding of everyday concepts. Unfortunately, individuals with Alzheimer’s and Dementia are at a much higher risk of falling victim to certain dangers around the home. Listed below are some of these threats, […]

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Clues That Your Senior Loved One Needs More Help

All too often seniors that need additional help with different aspects of their daily lives are reluctant to ask for additional assistance.  It’s important for family members and caregivers to be aware of the warning signs that may indicate it’s time to consider a move to an assisted living, nursing home, and senior care facility. Important […]

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Assisted Living and Memory Care

When you can no longer provide adequate in home care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s time to consider a professionally supervised memory care facility. These memory care facilities provide residents with round the clock care, an improved quality of life and peace of mind for the family. Memory care facilities are […]

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