The Value of an In-Home Dementia Caregiver and How to Protect Them

In-Home Dementia Care is a Very Personal Struggle It can be difficult to estimate the value of an in-home dementia caregiver here in Texas because there’s not a lot of solid research in this field. However, it’s clear that the majority of this type of care given to those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease […]

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New Film Chronicles the Power of Music Therapy for Dementia Patients

music therapy for dementia

Music Therapy for Dementia Patients is as Old as Song Music therapy for dementia patients is not a new thing. The notion that music can reach beyond the surface layers of our cognition and touch us deeply is hundreds, perhaps thousands of years old. Shamans, musicians, religious leaders, and even modern-day politicians have been using […]

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Dementia Care Research Shows Vitamin D May Prolong Mental Health

dementia care professionals in Plano Texas say Vitamin D is essential for slowing progression of disease

Dementia care specialists in Plano, Texas know that until scientists discover a cure for this debilitating disease, the best treatments are those that slow the progression of dementia. Much of the ongoing research in this area focuses on living healthier lifestyles (modifying diet and increasing exercise). Recent studies have shown these changes do have a […]

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Loss of a Senior’s Driver’s License

A senior's driver's license is their key to the world.

There often comes a time when health or mental issues make it necessary to revoke a senior’s driver’s license. But taking away those car keys or that driver’s license could have a disastrous effect on your loved one’s health. In fact, a new study at Rutgers University shows that losing the ability to drive not […]

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Dementia Care Professionals Combat Little Known form of Dementia

Dementia care services in Texas can help victims of Posterior Cortical Atrophy

Dementia care services in Texas and throughout The United States have been seeing an increase in individuals suffering from a little-known variation of Alzheimer’s disease called PCA. The disease, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, is likely not a new illness but one that has been recently discovered and is only now making its full presence known. While PCA […]

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

NAtional Alzheimer's disease Awareness Month

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month:  You’re Not Alone November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. There’s nothing scarier to an aging individual than slowly being locked away inside your own mind. Unfortunately, the nightmare of Alzheimer’s Disease or some form of dementia becomes a harsh reality for millions of Americans every year. That diagnosis takes […]

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