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Alzheimer’s Support Group

By roger | Feb 5 2018

Tuscan Gardens® is excited to announce our Alzheimer’s Support Group ­­– a monthly meeting designed just for caregivers to share their stories, concerns, celebrations, and advice. […]

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Make Their Day: Preparing for a Healthy & Successful Visit with a Person with Memory Loss

By roger | Feb 3 2017

Memory care specialists agree: those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss benefit greatly from social interaction. Visits from friends and family […]

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Tips on Dementia: A 360° View of Alzheimer’s Disease

By roger | Nov 30 2016

When a family member is diagnosed with dementia, the dynamics of life change for everyone who loves and cares for them. So how does a […]

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Tips on Coordinating a Team for Your Loved One’s Care

By roger | Oct 25 2016

Providing full-time care for an aging parent or loved one is not easy to do without help. Especially if that loved one has a chronic […]

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Tips on Anticipating Caregiving’s Effects on Your Life

By roger | Sep 16 2016

It doesn’t come as much surprise that caring for the health and well-being of another person affects almost every aspect of your life. You will […]

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Tips for Utilizing Respite Care: Benefits for Caregivers and Loved Ones

By roger | Aug 26 2016

When caring for a loved one becomes your top priority, everything else – catching up with friends, doing what brings you joy, caring for your […]

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Understanding Alzheimer’s Basics: Caregiver Tips

By roger | Jul 27 2016

At the time of diagnosis, individuals and their families facing Alzheimer’s may be unaware of its wide range of symptoms and how the disease will […]

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Engaging Every Day: Planning Activities for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By roger | Apr 22 2016

As Alzheimer’s progresses and skills and abilities diminish, the person living with the disease may start to suffer from feelings of worthlessness or isolation, expressing […]

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When to Make the Move to Memory Care

By roger | Mar 24 2016

By nature, Alzheimer’s disease is progressive and degenerative. Cognitive changes occur gradually, and symptoms emerge slowly. Because of this, families often have difficulty knowing when […]

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