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Alzheimer’s & Dementia

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 […] Continue reading →

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 […] Continue reading →

Depression in Older Adults & the Elderly

Senior Health Education Tips Difference Between Depression or Dementia Twin Cities MN May is Mental Health Month Recognize the Signs and Find Treatment that Works The changes that often come in later life – retirement, the death of loved ones, increased isolation, medical problems—can lead to depression. Depression prevents you from enjoying life like you used to. But its effects go far beyond mood. It also impacts your […] Continue reading →

Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading Through the Wilderness of Alzheimer’s Twin Cities MN Through the Wilderness of Alzheimer’s By: Robert Simpson, Anne Simpson Nearly four million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, a debilitating neurological disorder affecting the memory that places great stress on the sufferer as well as the caregivers. Robert and Anne Simpson share the story of Bob’s early onset of Alzheimer’s in order to give families accurate, […] Continue reading →