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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A Quick Look at Our Recognitions

Are you searching for an outstanding provider of dementia care for a loved one? If so, then look no further than Avalon Memory Care. We are a national award winner and stand out as the premier provider of care for individuals with dementia. Our ...
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A Closer Look at Dementia with Lewy Bodies

Also referred to as DLB, dementia with Lewy bodies is a progressive form of dementia that causes a continuous decline in reasoning, thinking, and independent function. If you have a loved one receiving dementia care for this condition, read on to ...
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Coping with Anticipatory Grief When Your Loved One Has Late Stage Alzheimer's

Providing Alzheimer’s care for a loved one can take a serious toll on caregivers. However, it is often the anticipatory grief that is most difficult for these individuals to handle. If you have a family member who has late stage ...
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How Alzheimer's Changes the Brain

The brain has an incredible amount of cellular circuitry wherein billions of neurons are branched together to convey signals regarding emotions, thoughts, movements, and memories. If you are considering dementia care services for a loved one with ...
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Questions to Ask When Choosing Memory Care

If you are looking into options for memory care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, then there are several questions that you should be prepared to ask the centers that you are considering. Getting the right information can help you ...
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Making Your Loved One More Comfortable at Avalon Memory Care

If you have a loved one suffering from dementia that will be moving into Avalon Memory Care, you may be wondering what you can do to make the process as easy as possible. Luckily, there are several steps that you can take to make your loved ...
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