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“Color Your Mind” Book Giveaway Winners!

August 2017

Thank you to everyone who entered our contest for the chance to win one of 5 copies of Maria Shriver’s new book “Color Your Mind” for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. If you are one of our 5 lucky winners, watch for an email with additional information on receiving your copy of the book! If you participated in our […]

Alzheimer’s and Country Music Lose a Voice with Glen Campbell’s Passing

August 2017

Glen Campbell’s passing broke the hearts of country music lovers everywhere. With his classic hits such as “Rhinestone Cowboy,” “Gentle on my Mind,” and “Wichita Lineman” Campbell has made a musical legacy for himself. The Star’s career unfortunately had slowed down immensely with his diagnosis with Alzheimer’s in 2011. According to Randy Lewis of the […]

Beware of Elder Fraud!

August 2017

Fraudulence is everywhere, and when you are aware of it, you don’t fall for it. But how about those who don’t know any better? Elder fraud has been an increasing issue that takes advantage of the trust, loneliness and lack of judgment of our naïve elders. This type of fraudulent behavior comes in many forms. […]

7 Steps to Becoming More Resilient

August 2017

At a young age we learn resilience through overcoming smaller obstacles that we face, such as standing up and dusting ourselves off after being pushed down on the playground. As we age, we tend to forget how to use resilience to overcome obstacles when our problems become much larger and more frightening like the deteriorating […]

According to Industry Leaders: Home Care is the New Long Term Care

August 2017

The biggest myth around long term care is that it’s nursing home care. However, 80% of care is now provided within the walls of patients’ own homes.1 Knowing this, many individuals find the idea of planning for long term care more attractive, and affordable. A recent article by Judith Graham of Kaiser Health News is […]