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How Is Memory Care Different from Nursing Home?

Getting older brings a mix of wisdom and challenges, particularly when it comes to healthcare needs. As our demographics change, specialized care for seniors, especially those living with memory-related conditions, has become more and more important.  The dilemma often faced by caregivers and family members is choosing the appropriate care environment: memory care or a […]

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Do Elderly Men Need Treatment for Low Testosterone Levels?

Many seniors live active lifestyles in engaged senior living communities that support assisted living. But despite this, it’s natural to experience age-related changes to their health.  For example, as men age, their testosterone levels can decline. Testosterone is important for various bodily functions, including muscle mass and bone density maintenance.  If symptoms of low testosterone […]

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Can Vascular Dementia Be Reversed?

Vascular dementia is when part of the brain receives reduced blood flow and oxygen. Brain damage from this can lead to problems with reasoning, memory, judgment, and thought processes in older adults.  Caring for a loved one with vascular dementia can be stressful and challenging. You can opt for a supportive environment like memory care […]

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When Is Full-time Memory Care Necessary?

When to Make the Move to Memory Care Deciding if your loved ones need full-time memory care can be challenging. Some older adults may experience forgetfulness or even mild cognitive impairments (MCI) and can still comfortably and safely live independently. But when cognitive impairment worsens or seniors develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it is not […]

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How Long Can Respite Care Last?

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Aging is as natural and as beautiful as anything else in our lives. Still, caregiver vacations, surgeries, and mounting homecare responsibilities can make it challenging to keep up with your loved one’s needs, even if it’s just for a short period. Respite care provides your loved ones with support until their primary caregiver can shoulder […]

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