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Sep 15
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Dos and Don'ts of Dementia Care

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

Providing care for a parent or relative who is living with any form of dementia has its challenges. It can be frustrating and overwhelming at times if you do not know the best way to handle a situation when he or she is upset and confused. Remembering that the circumstances are not your fault and that you are doing your best can help alleviate these challenges and diffuse a high-tension situation.

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May 15
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Your Spouse Has Alzheimer's: Now What?

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 6 minute read

It hits you like a ton of bricks. “I’m sorry, but your husband/wife has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.” You have been noticing for a while that he or she is forgetful, or that he or she seemed confused when doing tasks that they had done forever, like making dinner, but you never expected this.

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Mar 15
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4 Common Types of Dementia

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

Dementia is a blanket term used to describe physical changes to the brain that cause memory loss and inhibit everyday tasks of the affected. What you may not know is that there are many different kinds of dementia.

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Sep 15
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Important Alzheimer’s Disease Research Developments

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

Alzheimer’s disease has affected the lives of many, whether it be experienced firsthand or something we watch a loved one endure; its impacts are significant. Thankfully in today’s era, bright minds and eager hearts are pushing back with intense Alzheimer’s disease research. They are fighting the good fight, and in the future not so distant from now, we hope to see this disease done away with entirely.

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Aug 01
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What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 2 minute read

You wouldn’t be the first to ask the question “What is Alzheimer’s disease?”, and you won’t be the last either. Alzheimer’s disease is not a new disease, but it is one surging into the public spotlight in recent years. While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, researchers are beginning to understand it in more depth and continue to work towards finding one. Memory care services, like those provided at Oaks Senior Living, are in place to help those affected by the disease. Awareness is one of the keys to helping defeat Alzheimer’s disease.

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Jan 15
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Recognizing Early-Onset Alzheimer’s and Memory Impairment

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 2 minute read

During the holidays, a lot of adult children take time to visit with older relatives. The last thing anyone wants to think about is if their older loved one is exhibiting signs of memory impairment. Even with family members that may be younger, recognizing early onset Alzheimer’s could help slow the progression of the disease by seeking help sooner. If you noticed a loved one exhibiting any of the following symptoms or behaviors during the holidays, it might be time to act.

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Aug 01
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Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

With the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s Disease on the rise, it is important to identify early signs of the disease and how to prevent it. If your loved one starts showing early signs of Alzheimer’s, do not panic. You can help them fight cognitive deterioration and keep their brain sharp! Even before a diagnosis, it is a good idea to help them start these practices before any signs show. Just follow the best ways to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease and remember: F.I.G.H.T.

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Nov 05
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10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

As a person ages, it is common to notice a decline in cognitive abilities. You may see a decline in your loved one's reasoning ability, memory, processing speed, and even vocabulary. While some cognitive decline comes with aging, abnormal or intense symptoms may be a sign of dementia or Alzheimer's.

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May 01
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Communication Strategies for Dementia

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 2 minute read

We communicate every day, especially with those we love. It is something that for most of us happens so naturally, effortlessly, that we can take it for granted. For seniors living with the advanced stages of dementia, that is not the case. Typically, most communication almost entirely ceases. For the loved ones around them, this heartbreaking side effect of dementia is a tough one to overcome. How can you connect with a person when you can no longer talk with them?

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May 03
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8 Types of Behavior Often Affected by Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 2 minute read

Whether this seems to be due to memory and thinking, versus physical limitations such as pain, shortness of breath or physical disabilities

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