Category Archives: Dementia and Cognitive Decline

What to Expect From In Home Dementia Care in Maryland

If your loved one has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease or another type of dementia, it is easy to feel quite alone. Most family caregivers quickly become overwhelmed with decision making and future planning, that they forget that they are … Continue reading

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Early Signs of Dementia

Adult children and family members can struggle when it comes to noticing potential warning signs of health decline in their senior loved ones. It can be difficult to know when shortness of breath walking down the stairs crosses over from … Continue reading

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Isolation and Seniors: Why It Happens and How to Fix It

Seniors living at home alone are especially vulnerable to the dangers of isolation. Discover the facts about isolation and how to bring the support to your loved one that they need to thrive. Continue reading

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Beyond Forgetfulness: Other Side Effects of Dementia

When you hear the word dementia, what symptoms come to mind? For most people, forgetfulness is the hallmark sign of Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia. However, there are many other side effects that accompany a dementia diagnosis. While each person … Continue reading

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Connection and New Learning at Every Age

Every year, the Administration on Aging gives us all a reason to celebrate seniors in our lives, our families, and our communities. Older Americans Month reminds us that you can always make decisions and find solutions that allow you to … Continue reading

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