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7 Ways to Cope with a Parent’s Diagnosis of Dementia

It’s never easy to watch our parents get older and lose the capabilities to do certain tasks independently. It’s even harder for those whose parents have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Not only does this diagnosis guarantee a parent’s eventual loss of skills and independence, but it could also mean a loss of personality traits and characteristics of the person who raised them.

Preparing for Your Visit to a Memory Care Community

Preparing a Memory Care Visit

If your family has decided that it’s time your loved one with memory loss received the professional care and support offered in a memory care community, then your search for the right place has already begun. While community websites and internet reviews may provide some valuable information, the only way to really know what a community is like is to experience it in person.

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.

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