Alzheimer's Disease

The Ethics of Fibbing in Memory Care: When Bending the Truth is Best

The Ethics of Fibbing in Memory Care: When Bending the Truth is Best

“We are taught from early childhood that telling the truth is extremely important in life,” says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director of the newly-opened Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola. In elementary school, we learned about George Washington famously saying, ‘I cannot tell a lie’ and Benjamin Franklin stating that ‘Honesty is the best policy’. Throughout life, we have been reminded that being truthful is the moral and ethical way to conduct ourselves.

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An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Guide to Valuable Engagement Activities

An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Guide to Valuable Engagement Activities

“It is very important for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia to be socially and mentally stimulated,” says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director at Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola, the beautiful new memory care community opening this December in Pensacola, Florida.To the extent they are able, it is beneficial for your loved one with dementia to continue with the interests and activities that he or she has always enjoyed. In addition to enhancing their overall quality of life, engagement activities can reduce behaviors such as anxiety, agita

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7 Valuable Nutrition Tips for Your Loved One with Dementia

7 Things You Should Know About Dementia and Nutrition for Your Loved One

 Dementia and Nutrition for Your Loved One

Nutrition experts say there is no specialized diet for loved one’s living with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director at Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola, the beautiful new memory care community opening this December in Pensacola, Florida.

However, they do advise that good nutrition is very important to the physical and emotional health of people with dementia. And poor nutrition, they say, can actually worsen symptoms of dementia, such as anxiety, agitation and apathy.”

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