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How Music Help People With Dementia

Just about everybody has a favorite song that brings back great memories. That’s the case for everyone – whether or not they have a cognitive issue such as dementia. Here’s some information on h...

23rd August, 2019
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How Puzzles Can Help Keep the Brain Sharp

More than likely you’ve heard that working on puzzles, such as crosswords, jigsaw puzzles and the like, can help keep your mind sharp. But why is this the case? It turns out that puzzles can help in...

23rd August, 2019
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Spirituality – An Important Lifeline for People With Cognitive Impairment

No matter what their cognitive state, spirituality is a critically important component to many people’s lives. It can be even more important for someone suffering from Cognitive Impairment, Alzheime...

27th July, 2019
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Gardening Benefits for People with Dementia

When most people think of ways to help those suffering from dementia or other problems affecting cognition, gardening might not immediately come to mind. But spending time in a quiet, peaceful garden ...

27th July, 2019
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Benefits of Art Therapy for the Elderly

Art Therapy If you’ve ever sat down to paint a picture or work on a clay pot, you know how calming and therapeutic it can be. Art therapy has been shown to help people of all ages – especially th...

27th June, 2019
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Questions to Ask When Considering Memory Care

We usually associate age with physical changes. Our skin might become a little loose, our joints might ache, and we might not be as energetic as we used to be. But, for many people, mental changes can...

15th June, 2019
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How to Keep the Brain Stimulated as We Age

The more engaged you stay as you get older, the better it appears it will be for the health of your brain. Whether you choose to volunteer, keep a network of friends and family, or just continue to pu...

23rd May, 2019
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3 Foods for Brain Health

Unfortunately, there is no magic formula that can guarantee our brains will continue to be sharp as we get older. There is no pill that can ward off cognitive problems. There are, however, some foods ...

18th May, 2019
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Early Warning Signs of Dementia

Early Warning Signs of Dementia Memory loss is a complex condition that can manifest in a number of different ways. It can be difficult to tell if your loved one is exhibiting the early warning signs...

23rd April, 2019
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Why caregivers should focus on better sleep?

Finding time to sleep may be one of the biggest challenges of caregiving. The second might be relaxing enough to actually fall asleep. Multiple studies link caregiving with poor sleep (see here, he...

23rd April, 2019
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