Financial Protection Tips for Alzheimer’s

Credit problems and identity issues can be difficult to guard against during the best of circumstances, but for someone with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease – a form of dementia that affects thinking, memory and behavior – preventing identity theft and maintaining good credit can seem impossible. Continue reading for tips for financial protection tips…

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How Music Can Help Dementia

Music is not only for fun and entertainment. It’s not just an art; it’s also food and medicine for the mind and body. It’s known to lift the spirits of those who are depressed and those who have lost hope. Continue reading to learn how music can help dementia! Music soothes the soul, improves focus,…

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Fight Against Dementia

Research shows that dementia affects approximately 50 million people globally. A syndrome resulting from disease in the brain, it involves a decline in memory, thinking, orientation, comprehension, calculation, learning capacity, language and judgement. Tragically, the number of people struggling with dementia today is expected to triple within the next thirty years.  With 10 million new…

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Natural Forgetfulness or Dementia

We’ve all been there- you forget something that seems so obvious that you should remember and you say to yourself, “I’m getting dementia!” Chances are, you aren’t. Forgetting little things here and there is usually not a big deal and is quite common for seniors. Though, it is important to know if your symptoms are…

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