Category Archives: Memory Care

What is Sundown Syndrome?

While winter gives us the warmth of the holiday season, it can be tough for your loved one with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The days are shorter, which means there’s less natural light and the sun sets a few hours earlier. As a result, sundown syndrome is more common this time of year. If your loved…

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It’s Never 2 Late: Memory Care

It’s Never 2 Late – An Innovative Approach to Memory Support If your loved one is in need of memory care services, you know how difficult it can be to find the right fit. Many senior living communities only focus on tending to basic needs, leaving your loved one more isolated. While there are many…

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Creating Inviting Menus for Cognitively Challenged Individuals

Maintaining a well-balanced diet is important for everyone, no matter what their age. But for the 500,000+ Canadians living with dementia, meal times can often be stressful and frustrating. While everyone’s eating habits change over time, those with dementia often have issues chewing, swallowing or digesting food. And as the disease progresses, sufferers may experience…

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