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Ideas to Keep Seniors Active at Home

Engagement Ideas to Keep Seniors Active at Home For caregivers, it can be challenging to find new...
Ideas to Keep Seniors Active at Home

Ideas to Keep Seniors Active at Home

Engagement Ideas to Keep Seniors Active at Home For caregivers, it can be challenging to find new ways to provide meaningful activity for your loved one with dementia, Alzheimer's, or other age-related conditions. To help, we've put together this free eBook, packed...

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A Socially Distant Fundraising Event

A Socially Distant Fundraising Event

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference”   -Kathy CalvinIn case you missed it - we recently kicked off The Ultimate Joy-Filled *Socially Distant* Tailgate Party fundraising event at the Mesa Riverview Park.  We had a wonderful time...

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Types of Dementia: Pt. 3

Types of Dementia: Pt. 3

{ Written by Rosemary, RN and host of Real Talk with Nurse Rosemary } Types of Dementia Series, Part Three   Today, I’m continuing my series on the different types of dementia. If you haven’t read by other posts on this topic yet, this is in addition to my other...

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The Unexpected Way to Prevent Falls

The Unexpected Way to Prevent Falls

The Unexpected Way to Prevent Falls A person who is confident in themselves has decreased fall risk. (This is CENTERING to have confidence in other’s abilities and in our own abilities.) As family caregivers, we tend to believe a person’s dementia is further...

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Rosemary Explains: Frontotemporal Dementia

Rosemary Explains: Frontotemporal Dementia

Frontotemporal dementia is a common type of dementia. Learn the signs and symptoms of this disease, and why it is often confused with another form of dementia. Additionally, gain insights and tips for caregivers of loved ones with FTD.

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