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If you are looking for ways to help mom and dad stay at home longer while also ensuring their safety, there are resources and technologies available that may help.
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Companion Pets produce smiles, calm nerves, and offer all the benefits of having a pet without the responsibilities of daily care. #PetTherapy
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Just as important as the care of our residents is the wellbeing of the staff members that care for them. We recently launched a pilot program focusing on reducing caregiver stress and improving moods through the use of wellscapes. #MomentsMatter
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“They really embrace the residents and make them feel at home,” says Wendy, the daughter of a resident. “Knowing that no matter what the future holds, they’re in a place where they can stay. That’s important.”
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What happens if you or your loved ones are moving into a senior living community as a couple, but have significantly different care needs? In this blog, we learn from Bob and Mary how their senior living community accommodated their living situation.
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Most people with dementia have a purpose in mind when they set out on a walk. “Imagine that you’re looking for something. But by the time you remember what it is, you’ve already forgotten that you’re looking,” says Marthe Lawrence, an Executive Director at a Goodman Group managed community. #MemoryCare
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Respite care allows caregivers time to refresh, take care of their personal needs, and relax. #CaregiverHealth
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“My advice would be to get as much information about the disease as you possibly can so that you understand the things your loved one is doing and why they are doing them,” says Joe Bonanno, the husband of a resident at a memory care community. “Always remember that it’s the disease that is causing them to do that, not the person.”
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“When can I go home?” “What is this place?” “Why are you leaving me here?” Through experience, we have learned ways to address these questions while also “living in their moment.” #MomentsMatter
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