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Music Therapy and Dementia
Who hasn’t felt the power of music? According to a 2010 study, over 90% of people have felt chills down their spine while listening to music. There’s no doubt that music is powerful, and recent studies show that it can be a powerful tool for reaching people in the advanced stages of dementia. Learn more...
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arthritis in seniors
49.6% of people 65 and older are living with arthritis and by the year 2040 an estimated 78 million (26%) Americans over the age of 18 are projected to have been diagnosed with arthritis by a doctor. Learn more about the most prevalent forms of arthritis, symptoms of arthritis, and how arthritis is treated and...
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Making the decision to move an aging parent into senior living begins with many questions. From realizing that it’s time to move to know your parent is ready and starting that conversation with them, the journey is fraught with emotional and important decisions. When should you begin talking to your parents about moving to a...
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Leaves are changing and the weather is cooling off. Along with the welcome changes of the fall, comes an unwelcome season – flu season. Beginning in October and sometimes stretching into May, flu season is the period of time when the influenza virus is most active. It’s a time to step up self-care and flu...
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