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Music for the Mind

Music Beneficial for Elderly Suffering from Alzheimer's and Dementia Twin Cities MN
Eunice K. Neubauer, CSA Recently, I’ve been learning and hearing more and more about music programs for those with Alzheimer’s or a dementia diagnosis. One of my clients sings in the MacPhail Giving Voice Chorus http://www.givingvoicechorus.org which is tremendous! Most memory care options have music therapy or music programming as part of their activities. Look […]
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Finding Specialized Care

Finding Specialized Elder Senior Citizens Care Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs It can be a very emotional time when you or a loved one need to find the right assisted living or memory care community. That task is made even more difficult when your loved one needs specialized care for conditions such as Parkinson’s, Lewy Body Dementia and FTD. There […]
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Why Choosing Hospice Care Improves Life and Death

Senior Elderly Hospice Care Twin Cities MN
By Anne E. Denny Hospice is a mission driven approach to caring for the dying that: Embraces what is possible even while experiencing limitations from a disease. Values and respects the individual’s choices, heritage and traditions. Honors the whole person by attending to physical, emotional, relational and spiritual well-being. Cares for family members, recognizing the […]
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Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading Elder Care Education Twin Cities MN Jolene Brakley
Creating Moments of Joy: A Journal for Caregivers (Fourth Addition)  by Jolene Brackey This is a must read for families who have loved ones with Alzheimers. Jolene gives us such sensible answers about the mysteries of this disease and helps us to realize where our Alzheimer patients are coming from and how we can calm […]
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