Category Archives: Memory Care

Why Socialization and Companionship Are So Important in Alzheimer’s Patients

While there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease, there are steps that can be taken to help slow the condition or improve the quality of life. One such step that can be highly beneficial is socialization and companionship for Alzheimer's patients.  While this can seem like a difficult or strange idea with what Alezimer’s entails,…

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How to Help A Loved One Cope with Sundown Syndrome

Many individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia experience a condition known as “Sundown Syndrome”, or “Sundowner’s”. The individual with Sundown Syndrome often experiences greater irritability, confusion, restlessness, and other symptoms when the sun starts to set at the end of the day.  These exacerbated conditions are not only difficult for the caregiver and their family members…

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Sundown Syndrome: What You Need To Know About Alzheimer’s

There are many challenges that your loved one may face following an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Confusion, disorientation, and memory problems are prevalent, but there’s also a phenomenon known as “sundowning.”  Sundowning, or “Sundown Syndrome,” is not in itself a disease, but rather a group of symptoms that happen at a certain time of day.  Sundown Syndrome…

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6 Memory Care Hacks You Need to Know

For those who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it’s important to practice jogging memory skills whenever they can. Although there is no way to fully heal the condition, there are things we can do to soften the blows and ease some of the effects it has on the mind. With these memory care practices,…

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