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Assisted Living at the Meadowlands Offers ’10 Things to Ask’ Memory Care Guide

Memory Care for Seniors Vital Part of Senior Living Shopping; Mirrors Growth in Dementia/Alzheimer’s Development in Older Adults Continue reading

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Stand up for your elders

We all know wonderful and kind older individuals, family members, friends, neighbors, fellow church members, and work friends.

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So what are Shingles?

My mother lived to the age of 97 and had a fairly good life—not easy—but good.  However, there was a period she suffered greatly for many weeks for something at that time I knew little about—shingles. 

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Communicating with Dementia Sufferers

Improving communication with dementia sufferers can sometimes be easier than you may think. The brain is a complicated machine with different parts having different functions and different ways it receives, processes, and outputs information. When cognitive decline, whatever disease caused … Continue reading

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Older Adults are Flocking to Social Networks

By Suzanne Choney Social networking use by Internet users ages 50 and older nearly doubled in the past year, going from 22 percent in April 2009 to 42 percent in May 2010, according to the Pew Research Center’s Internet & … Continue reading

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Recognizing Symptoms of Dementia

By: The National Care Planning Council An online article from FamilyDoctor.org outlines some common symptoms in recognizing dementia. Some common symptoms of dementia are listed below. Not everyone who has dementia will experience all of these symptoms. Recent memory loss. … Continue reading

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