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What Are the Signs of Lou Gehrig’s Disease?

What Are the Signs of Lou Gehrig’s Disease?

As seniors get older, there will be changes in their memory, mind, personality, and body. Minor changes are normal and...
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Finding Senior Living During the Pandemic: Where Do I Start?

Finding Senior Living During the Pandemic: Where Do I Start?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life in many ways. The best senior living communities have gone above and beyond to adapt...
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My Loved One is Experiencing Sudden Memory Loss

My Loved One is Experiencing Sudden Memory Loss

Sudden memory loss can be a symptom of many different illnesses, including a vitamin deficiency or a medication side...
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A Caregiver’s Guide to Navigating Dementia Behaviors

A Caregiver’s Guide to Navigating Dementia Behaviors

When it comes to caring for a loved one with memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s important to meet them...
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Kensington Konnect: The Latest in Caregiver Support and Resources

Kensington Konnect: The Latest in Caregiver Support and Resources

Learn how you can provide the best care to others — and yourself — by finding the proper caregiver support, resources,...
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The Positive Approach to Care: Dementia Caregiving, a Three-Part Series

The Positive Approach to Care: Dementia Caregiving, a Three-Part Series

People who are caregivers to family members with dementia and Alzheimer’s  — know it can be quite a challenge....
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The Positive Approach to Care: Dementia Caregiving, a Three-Part Series

The Positive Approach to Care: Dementia Caregiving, a Three-Part Series

People who are caregiving for family members with dementia and Alzheimer’s  — know it can be quite a challenge....
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The Parkinson’s Foundation Communication Club and The Kensington: Exercise the Voice and Socialization

The Parkinson’s Foundation Communication Club and The Kensington: Exercise the Voice and Socialization

Changes in the voice are a common early symptom of Parkinson’s, resulting in a low, soft, or hoarse sound. As...
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Connection: Thoughts on Caregiving and Visual Art Making

Connection: Thoughts on Caregiving and Visual Art Making

By: Margie Jervis Caregiving is stressful. Helping an aging person is an ever-changing, uncertain path. The...
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Managing Caregiver Stress and Promoting Well-Being

Managing Caregiver Stress and Promoting Well-Being

Whether you’re a new caregiver or have been caring for a loved one for years, you likely have experienced some amount of...
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