Coming Home to Avalon

Avalon Memory Care is unlike any other assisted living center. We firmly believe that seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia deserve better care than that traditionally found in nursing homes, in which seniors with ...
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Visiting Your Loved One During the Holidays

For many families, the holiday season is a bittersweet time. It is a comfort to visit with loved ones and renew family relationships, but it is also difficult to see distressing changes in senior family members. If you have a loved one who is ...
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Coping with Your Diagnosis

If you have been experiencing unusual memory loss or problems completing everyday tasks, then it may be time to consider speaking with your family physician about your challenges. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia ...
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Is Avalon Memory Care Right for Your Loved One?

As a loved one begins to require specialized Alzheimer’s support, families must make difficult decisions. Here at Avalon Memory Care, we understand the unique concerns and challenges that families affected by dementia face on a daily basis. Our ...
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Taking a Closer Look at Early Onset Alzheimer's

Advanced age is the most significant risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. However, some individuals may require memory care at a much younger age than is usually expected. When an individual is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s before he or she ...
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Hear About Pat Summitt's Experience with Alzheimer's

Pat Summitt is a veritable legend and her story transcends the world of sports. A Hall of Fame women’s basketball coach, Summitt paved the way for women in sports as she led her teams to 8 national titles during her 38 seasons at the University ...
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7 Tips to Prevent Caregiver Burnout During the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, it is normal to feel a certain level of anticipation, and even stress. This is especially true if you are a caregiver to someone in your family. To prevent caregiver burnout this holiday season, you should first be ...
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Tips for Going to the ER or Doctor's Office

Do you have a loved one who requires Alzheimer’s care? If so, then you may find yourself faced with questions about providing them with medical treatment. Use the following tips if you are concerned about getting your loved one with ...
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The Therapeutic Benefits of Gardening

Gardening is a hobby enjoyed by people of all ages due to is fulfilling and calming effects. For individuals who require Alzheimer’s care, this popular activity can be particularly beneficial. Read on to learn how garden can prove to be a ...
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Risk Factors of Alzheimer's

As your loved one ages, you may find yourself wondering about his or her likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease and requiring dementia care. Watch this video to learn about the risk factors for Alzheimer’s. Individuals become more ...
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