Up to 20 percent of adults with Alzheimer’s experience Sundowners Syndrome.

Sundowners: A Soft Word but a Difficult Condition

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Sundowning refers to an extreme state of confusion that often occurs during the late afternoon or evening for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s. But you can help.
Holiday memories for seniors

Rekindling Holiday Traditions (& Memories)

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Which holiday traditions do you remember from your youth? For an aging adult, the memories they helped create are the ones they remember in their older years.
Three seniors laughing together

Laughter is the Best Medicine (No joke!)

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It’s no secret that laughing feels good. But did you know it can actually provide stress relief and other health benefits?
elderly hands folded

Parkinson’s Disease: Scary But Not Fatal

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With an early detection of Parkinson's Disease and proper care, your senior can still experience many years of fulfillment.
Elderly man gardening

Signs That an Aging Parent Needs Help

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When you're apart, a phone call isn't always the best way to tell whether or not an older person needs help handling daily activities.
Two seniors doing aqua therapy

Aqua Therapy for Older Adults

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Falls are the main reason for injuries in older adults, and is the second largest reason for accidental fatal injuries. Aquatic exercise can combat these risks.
Four seniors pkaying cards together

Game Playing for Senior Health

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Playing games can give seniors a sense of purpose and a feeling of being successful at something. It can also provide time for socialization.
writing an advance directive

Creating an Advance Directive

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An Advance Directive is a document to let family and medical professionals know your desires should something happen.
Senior in the produce department

Older Adults and Food Safety

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Adults aged 65 and older are at a higher risk for hospitalization and death from food-borne illnesses. There are several reasons for this.
Papers and wills

Organizing Finances and Assets

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There may come a time when you need to step in to handle your loved one’s larger financial investments.