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Mixed Dementia

The Brielle understands the unique needs that come with mixed dementia, and we provide exceptional service in a homelike atmosphere for people who have those needs. With supportive living services and enrichment programs, our community offers a warm welcome and …
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What Does Assisted Living Provide?

Assisted living provides a place to for adults live independently within a community, but with some additional supportive services. For many people, assisted living services provide one-on-one help with the activities of daily living, including everything from getting dressed and …
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Can Medicare Pay for a Caregiver?

Medicare does not cover full-time in-home care by a caregiver, although it does provide some coverage for short-term stays in skilled nursing facilities. Medicare may also help adults pay for some in-home care if they use a Medicare-certified home health …
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How Does Respite Care Work?

Caregivers spend thousands of hours every year supporting friends and relatives with diseases such as Alzheimer’s. But while caregivers are an essential support network, they’re also at a high risk of burnout. Respite care can help you avoid burnout and …
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Early Stage Dementia: Signs, Symptoms and Care

Dementia is an umbrella term that encompasses many different memory impairment diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia. When you first notice the early warning signs of dementia in someone you love, you may feel overwhelmed with all …
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15 Winter Activities for Seniors with Dementia

Winter activities for seniors with dementia need to take the weather into account, while also tailoring activities to maximize abilities and enjoyment. There are plenty of options to choose from, including the 15 listed below. 1. Create Favorite Holiday Dishes …
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How to Comfort Someone with Alzheimer’s

American society is aging. Population Reference Bureau’s Population Bulletin projects that the number of Americans over age 65 will double between 2018 and 2060. Soon, the number of older adults will equal or exceed the number of youth and children. …
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