Posts Tagged ‘Dementia & Communication’

Can you hear me now?

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Over 50% of people over the age of 70 have a hearing impairment. Left untreated, the loss results in social isolation, lack of intellectual stimulation, Read More…

Taking Stock at the Holidays

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Screen Shot 2016-12-18 at 10.45.25 PMAmid reunions and celebrations, the holidays are a time for assessment for those worried about the cognitive well-being of their parents. Here are some ways to assess how well they are Read More…

A New Year for the Caregivers

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hands-578917_960_720 A Help Wanted Ad: Wanted: A person willing to work long and unpredictable hours in the home, including the middle of the night. Patience, endurance, and ability to Read More…

A Holiday Gift Idea

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Origami48616Still stumped about what to give your loved family member who is living with dementia? Wonder no more! You can give the gift of music. Not just any music, but the music you know your person Read More…

Planning for Thanksgiving

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6395475383_d3ce083675_mWith Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, it is time to think about how to include those with dementia in the holiday celebration.   Holidays can be wonderful, but stressful for many people. If Read More…

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