When Is It Time to Take Away the Keys? [INFOGRAPHIC]

The changes that come with the onset of Alzheimer's disease are more than just normal age-related differences, and can include memory loss, difficulty with everyday tasks, and impaired judgment. Please share this infographic with your friends and ...
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The Differences Between Alzheimer's and Dementia

Alzheimer's disease and dementia are often mistaken as being the same condition and the terms are frequently used interchangeably. However, there are significant differences between dementia and Alzheimer's. If your loved one's doctor has ...
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Friendly Accommodations at Avalon Memory Care

Avalon Memory Care specializes in providing continuous care to individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementias. Our dementia nursing care plan in Fort Worth includes friendly accommodations. Your loved one will enjoy spacious bedrooms with ...
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Avalon Memory Care is Celebrating 20 Years

Avalon Memory Care is celebrating 20 years serving the DFW Metroplex and Cedar Park area.
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10 Early Warning Signs of Dementia [INFOGRAPHIC]

Memory changes are a typical part of aging, so how can you tell when it is something more? It's important to pay attention to these changes and to know what is typical and what may be a sign of dementia, since early diagnosis can be such an ...
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Talking to Your Parents About Residential Care

If you are concerned that your parents could require a dementia nursing care plan in Dallas, you can schedule appointments with their doctors to discuss your concerns. Their doctors can evaluate their symptoms and assess whether they might benefit ...
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Facts and Figures on Alzheimer's

The need for Alzheimer's care is on the rise in the U.S. as baby boomers grow older. In fact, more than five million Americans currently require Alzheimer's care in their homes or in an assisted living center. Alzheimer's disease ...
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Maintaining Healthy Relationships as You Get Older

Maintaining healthy relationships is important at every stage of life. However, it is particularly important for seniors because social engagement can slow the progression of cognitive decline and improve quality of life. In fact, high-quality ...
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The Family's Guide to Coping With Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease affects millions of Americans and countless family members. It is never easy for family members to accept a devastating diagnosis. It is important for you and other family members to cope with your emotions in a healthy ...
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Keep Track of Alzheimer's Symptoms With This App

If your loved one is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, you may be trying to provide care at home initially. By downloading the Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias Daily Companion app, you can gain access to hundreds of helpful tips ...
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