Memory Loss

Caregiver Tips on the Value of Humor for Loved Ones with Memory Loss

Memory Care Essentials: 7 Healthy Reasons to Spend Time Outdoors with Your Loved One

Memory Care and Nature’s Unique Influence on Our Lives

“Today, it is not just authors and poets who are singing the praises of nature. Now healthy aging and memory care experts are also extolling its virtues for older adults and those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia,” says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director at the beautiful new Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola opening in December 2016. 

Your Guide to Understanding the Best in Memory Care Services

Your Guide to Understanding the Best in Memory Care Services

“With an increasing number of older American’s and their families being touched by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia today, many adult children are looking for solutions in the form of information, resources and memory care services,” says Amanda KingExecutive Director at Clarity Pointe™ Jacksonville, the beautiful new Memory Care Assisted Living community in Jacksonville, FL.

Humor in Caregiving: The Benefits of Laughter in Memory Care

Humor in Caregiving in Memory Care

Few of us would ever associate humor with memory care. However, today there is evidence that the old adage, “laughter is the best medicine,” could also apply to caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.

While there is certainly nothing funny about memory loss, experts now say that humor offers several tangible benefits for both memory care recipients and their caregivers.

Expert Tips for Selecting a Memory Care Assisted Living Community That’s Best for Your Loved One

Tips on When Fibbing Is Acceptable in Memory Care

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Tips: What to Look for in a Memory Care Assisted Living Community

Tips for Having a Healthy and Successful Visit

The Ethics of Fibbing: Is It OK to Fib to My Loved One with Memory Loss?

The Ethics of Fibbing in Memory Loss

Founding Father Benjamin Franklin famously said, “Honesty is the best policy.”

While his words of wisdom would seem to apply to all aspects of life, there may be one situation that defies the conventional wisdom.

Today, experts in memory care say that being completely honest with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia might not always be in their best interest.

Tips on the Importance of Honoring Individual Choice in Memory Care


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