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Handling Dementia on an International Level

Though it is thought that the United States is one of the leading countries in dementia and memory loss care, other countries around the globe offering new and innovative treatment methods. These new and innovative methods to Alzheimer’s, dementia, memory loss and other related care issues are offering new insights that assisted-living communities can use. …

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The Difference between Memory Care and Assisted Living Communities

There are several different forms of senior communities available. Two popular forms are assisted living and memory care. Assisted living communities are for those seniors who need extra help during the day with dressing, hygiene, grooming, medication management, or eating. Memory care communities, deal with Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss patients for longer terms. These …

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Uncommon Facts regarding Alzheimer’s

There are several basic facts regarding memory care and Alzheimer’s that most individuals are aware of. There are some facts, however, that are not discussed readily or that may be considered uncommon facts regarding Alzheimer’s disease. The following are a few of these facts that people should be aware of and to take into consideration …

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The Mediterranean Diet and Alzheimer’s Prevention

Several diet and health programs out there are being considered as viable options to prevent Alzheimer’s or to reduce memory loss in seniors. One of the most popular is the Mediterranean diet. The Mediterranean diet is modeled off diet programs and foods located in the Mediterranean area. The following are a few of the main …

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