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How to Cope with Loss

“When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.” Does this famous saying resonate with you? Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult parts of life, but you don’t have to get through it alone. Learn how to cope with loss and get the help you need.

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How to Show Someone You Love Them

“We can only learn to love by loving.” This quote from author Iris Murdoch may sound simple, but it points out an important fact: We show the people we love that we care about them through the loving actions we take. Learn how to show someone you love them, and the people you love will never doubt how much you care about them.

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Finding Joy in the Little Things

When you think about moments in your life where you’ve been truly happy, you likely think big — your wedding, the birth of your children, an especially joyous vacation, etc. — and there’s nothing wrong with that! But it’s important to remember that true happiness can also be found in your daily life and is often sparked by unexpected things and situations. And because the joy reaped from big events will inevitably fade, finding joy in the little things is one of the best ways to keep your soul nourished. Scroll down to peruse some tricks and tips to help you savor life’s littlest pleasures.

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Amenities at a Memory Care Community

What makes a memory care community special? Among other things, they offer unique amenities you can’t always find in other assisted living communities. So, what are the amenities at a memory care community, and how do they improve the lives of their residents?

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Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Are you concerned about Alzheimer’s disease? It may be uncomfortable to think about, but knowledge is power regarding your health concerns. Understanding the symptoms of Alzheimer’s can help you identify the disorder and get needed help for yourself or someone you love.

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Facts About Dementia

How much do you know about dementia? Because it’s a common senior condition, every senior needs to understand how dementia works. These facts about dementia can help you learn what you need to know to take care of yourself and your loved ones.

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What You Can Expect from Memory Care

Are you curious about what it’s like to join a memory care community? Whether you’re considering moving into a senior community or learning more about them for a family member’s benefit, understanding what you can expect from memory care can make it a little less intimidating.

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The 7 Stages of Dementia

Dementia is a progressive disease. The more you understand its progression, the easier time you’ll have caring for someone who is affected by it. Do you know how to care for a loved one through the 7 stages of dementia?

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Tips for Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s

When you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s, it can sometimes be difficult to determine how to meet all of their needs. These tips for caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can give you the tools you need to provide compassionate and appropriate care for your loved one, every single day.

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