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celebrating special occasions with a loved one that has dementia

Celebrating Special Occasions When A Loved One Has Dementia

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Celebrating the holidays with someone who has dementia can be challenging, unique and a little unexpected. Many caregivers wonder if celebrating special occasions with loved ones battling dementia is even necessary. Will your loved one even notice if Christmas passes by and you don’t do anything? While it’s understandable to ask questions like these, it’s generally better to focus on…
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The Vaccine is Here… What Next?

Our Caring Places Management team is thrilled that the COVI-19 vaccination is now available to all of our residents and staff, at each of our 20 communities. The vaccination for the COVID-19 virus has been long awaited and brings a new sense of hope and light to the difficult days we have been facing over this past year. We understand…
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Talking to your parents about transitioning into senior living

How To Talk To Your Loved Ones About Transitioning Into Senior Community

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It’s never easy to talk to your parents about moving, and it certainly doesn’t get easier when it’s a matter of deciding when to move them into senior care. There are many options out there, from independent living facilities with varying personal support levels to full-service care facilities designed to manage your loved ones’ needs and ongoing health concerns. No…
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As seniors age they start to show signs of dementia such as repetition.

Seniors With Alzheimer’s May Repeat Stories Often

There is a common misunderstanding that older people are somehow not as wise or quick-witted as they once were. While some level of mental decline is undeniable, most seniors remain well-equipped and intelligent. While age and genetics can lead to potential risks with degenerative conditions, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s, those affected by such conditions do not represent the whole.…
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Actionable New Year's resolutions for seniors that can benefit both your mental and physical health.

Actionable and Healthy Resolutions for Seniors

2020 was a challenging year characterized by isolation, uncertainty, and fear. This year has taught us gratitude and how to give thanks for things we would generally take for granted. From friends and family to health, there is so much to be thankful for as we enter the year 2021. What’s a better way to express thanks than by using…
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Assisted living vs in-home care, make the best decision for your loved one.

How to Choose Between Assisted Living and In-Home Care?

One of the hardest decisions most adult children will have to make in their lifetimes eventually is whether to continue home care for their aging parents or transition them to an assisted living facility. While advancements in technology make it possible for older individuals to comfortably age in place, in-home care is not always the best choice for the caregiver…
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Caring Places Management provides quality caregiving services for your loved ones.

Become the Best Caregiver You Can Be

Caregiving is a role that can creep up on you, especially when the progression of your loved one’s condition is gradual. You may start by accompanying a parent to the doctor’s office or helping with the laundry, but over time, your caregiver duties expand into more comprehensive assistance. Becoming a family caregiver is a huge commitment, and it can weigh…
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Exercise and physical activity can slow down the progression of Dementia

Potential Benefits of Physical Activity for Dementia

While it may not be possible to reverse or cure dementia, exercise and physical activity can slow it down. Physical activity may also help prevent people from developing dementia in the first place. How Can Exercise Help Reduce Dementia Risk? Some risk factors for dementia are uncontrollable. For example, genetic mutations can cause conditions such as Alzheimer’s or Huntington’s disease,…
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making the holidays enjoyable for people living with dementia

Enjoying the Holidays While Caring for a loved one with Dementia

Caring Places Management recommends and requests to please adhere to local and state requirements relative to Covid-19 during the 2020 holiday season. While the holiday season is supposed to be one of joy and happiness, it can be stressful to manage the different elements of presents, meals, traveling, and parties. The holidays can become infinitely more complicated, especially in families…
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