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Alzheimer’s and Communication

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Like other memory conditions, Alzheimer’s gradually lessens a person’s ability to communicate. That’s why understanding the connection between Alzheimer’s and communication is an important factor in maintaining a strong connection with your loved one. With patience, understanding, and the strategies below, you can keep your connection strong …

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Habilitation Therapy for Alzheimer’s  

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If someone you love suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, you are not alone. According to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), Alzheimer’s affects an estimated 5.5 million Americans. In fact the NIA ranks Alzheimer’s disease as the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. And while there …

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First Signs of Alzheimer’s

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We all forget things every now and then, like where we placed our keys or what we had for lunch three days ago. However, it’s important not to write off the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease as just another case of forgetfulness. It isn’t uncommon for …

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Exercise and Dementia

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You’ve heard it time and time again: Eating right and staying active are two of the best ways to stave off health problems throughout your life. This is even true for older adults who have been diagnosed with dementia. After all, exercise doesn’t just improve your physical …

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Best Restaurants in Greenville

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You know things are going well in Greenville when the Food Network dubs the city “South Carolina’s rising star on the restaurant scene.” The city’s dining selection is growing so quickly that finding the best restaurants in Greenville has become more and more difficult. There are so …

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Music Therapy for Dementia

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When your loved one is suffering from dementia, it’s easy to feel lost or hopeless. Many memory conditions – Alzheimer’s Disease, for example – worsen over time, which can be confusing and disheartening for caregivers and family members. That’s where music therapy for dementia comes in. This …

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