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Types of Irreversible Dementia Types of Irreversible Dementia
Dementia is a broad term for decline in memory. It affects three areas of the brain: language, memory and decision making. These changes make it difficult for people who have dementia to perform basic daily activities. Dementia is classified into two groups, reversible (pseudo-dementia) and irreversible (non pseudo-dementia).
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Git Up Challenge by Wellmore of Lexington Git Up Challenge by Wellmore of Lexington
As a part of Senior Citizens Active Aging Week from October 1-7, we created a cute video of our residents doing the viral hit - The Git Up Challenge by Blanco Brown!
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Alleviating the Common Fears of Assisted Living Alleviating the Common Fears of Assisted Living
Having “the talk” about moving to an assisted living community can be difficult. There are a variety of reasons why you or your loved one may be hesitant to move into assisted living. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most common fears about assisted living and how to overcome them.
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The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living – Part 2 The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living – Part 2
Swinging through a jungle in a loincloth with the misses on my arm is not likely, but living my life to the fullest is. As for cracking a 300 yard drive…I can dream. Diving into this new season early, with good perspective, strength, and the ability to adapt is indispensable.
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The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living
I’m not new to aging, but I am new to this age. The age where my balance is mischievous, reaction times lazy, and my agility is sometimes asleep at the wheel. I love my life. I have lived life full, and will continue to do so for a long, long time.
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What Is a Certified Dementia Practitioner? What Is a Certified Dementia Practitioner?
A Certified Dementia Practitioner, or CDP, is someone with a certification demonstrating achievement and specialized training in the areas of Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
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