As the outbreak of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) continues to unfold, please be assured that the health and safety of residents and team members will be our highest priority. Solvere Living’s primary areas of focus at this time are prevention, education and communication. We are acting with an … Continue reading →
As individuals age, they often begin experiencing some difficulties with memory. But how can you tell the difference between normal aging, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Dementia and memory loss are closely associated, but although similar symptoms can appear with various … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
Due to the current CDC recommendations that are in place to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and in an effort to protect the safety and well-being of the residents and our community, we have cancelled all events for the … Learn More →
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 … Continue reading →
Communicating with a person with dementia can bring a unique set of challenges. Learn creative approaches to caregiving at our Improv & Empathy event on Thursday, February 27 at 6:00 pm presented by PSS Circle of Care. Learn More →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
The onset of frontotemporal dementia (FTD) can be painful and confusing for the person dealing with it, as well as for their family and friends. Frontotemporal dementia refers to a group of related brain disorders that are similar to other … Continue reading →
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