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Assisted Living May Be The Answer When Sundowners Causes Frustration
Assisted Living May Be the Answer When Sundowners Causes Frustration
Alzheimer's and Dementia, Personal Care

Assisted Living May Be the Answer When Sundowners Causes Frustration

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Sundowner’s syndrome is most commonly associated with Alzheimer’s, but it can be present among seniors who are dealing with other forms of dementia, too. It derives its name because most of the symptoms — most notably verbal or physical aggression — tend to happen during the later afternoon or evening hours. When considering the right memory care facility for somebody experiencing Sundowners syndrome, assisted living should be a consideration.

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The Importance Of Memory Care Services For Alzheimer’s
The Importance of Memory Care Services for Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer's and Dementia, Personal Care

The Importance of Memory Care Services for Alzheimer’s

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The moment somebody you love has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, many things can change. Usually, it’s your mindset, outlook, and even hope for the future. It doesn’t matter whether this is your mother, father, grandparent, spouse, sibling, close friend, or a neighbor you’ve known for decades, when that diagnosis of Alzheimer’s comes in, it can rattle you to the core. You may consider a number of elder care options, but memory care at an assisted living facility is truly the best one for many reasons.

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Memory Care Assisted Living Benefits For Someone With Alzheimer’s
Memory Care Assisted Living Benefits for Someone with Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer's and Dementia, Personal Care

Memory Care Assisted Living Benefits for Someone with Alzheimer’s

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Grappling with Alzheimer’s can be difficult for anyone, regardless of age, strength, mental acuity, physical endurance, or anything else. When an aging senior has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, family can feel helpless. They might worry about the future, what could happen if their elderly father or mother doesn’t recognize them, and the toll it could take on them and the ones they love the most. Memory care assisted living can be a wonderful option aging seniors could benefit from, especially when they are dealing with some type of dementia, which includes Alzheimer’s.

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Dealing With A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s And Dementia Behaviors
Dealing with A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behaviors
Alzheimer's and Dementia, Seniors & Health Issues

Dealing with A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behaviors

If you have a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you are probably familiar with certain challenging behaviors. Prior to their diagnosis, you may have viewed someone with dementia as just exhibiting symptoms of confusion or memory loss, while…

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10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs
10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs
Alzheimer's and Dementia, Seniors & Health Issues

10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs

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The aging of a parent marks a new chapter in life. Learning how to care for and serve them as they have long cared for you is emotional. Often, children are on edge and analyzing every little detail of a parent’s behavior making sure they are healthy and not showing sign of mental or physical distress. A concern for many children is that their parent will develop Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia.

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