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Top 5 Memory Games for Seniors

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A certain degree of memory loss or forgetfulness is typically a normal part of aging—but this shouldn’t be confused with a disease like Alzheimer’s, which would usually result in much more than simple forgetfulness. To help offset or improve this age-related forgetfulness in an aging adult, some games and activities can help keep the mind […]

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What Is Assisted Living with Memory Care?

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There are several living arrangements for seniors, including assisted or independent living, memory care, and respite care. Between assisted living and memory care, there tends to be quite a bit of crossover. This article explores the difference between assisted living and memory care and some of the overlaps in care between them. We’re also looking […]

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How Social Connections Keep Seniors Healthy

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The Importance of Social Health Fostering relationships is essential for healthy living. Even people who feel comfortable living independently can suffer from loneliness. Older adults have a greater risk of social isolation. Almost ⅓ of adults 45 and older feel lonely, and nearly ¼ of adults 65 and older are considered isolated. Sadly, the health […]

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