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When Is the Right Time for Memory Care?

Alzheimer’s, the most common dementia diagnosis, causes changes that tend to occur gradually. This can make it difficult for a family member, significant others or caregivers to determine when a person with dementia needs a higher level of care. Caring for someone with a dementia diagnosis can be a rewarding and challenging experience. It can …

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Activities for Seniors With Dementia that Will Give Them a Sense of Purpose

What are the right activities for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia? Finding the best activities for family members with dementia can offer sensory stimulation and the opportunity to connect with others while helping older adults feel productive. The main obstacles to overcome for people living with dementia are depression and …

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Music’s Miraculous Effect on Memory

With today’s increased life expectancy comes the greater likelihood of decline in our cognitive functions. In fact, it’s estimated that by the year 2050, 114 million people will be diagnosed with dementia – one of the major causes of disability and dependence in older adults. As those with loved ones experiencing dementia know, it’s a …

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Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter Presents Award To The Stayton At Museum Way For Annual Support Of Cowtown Marathon ALZ Stars Team

A special recognition award was presented by the Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter to The Stayton at Museum Way, a retirement community, for supporting the ALZ Stars team, which raises money for the association as annual participants in Fort Worth’s Cowtown Marathon. Each year since the team’s formation in 2013, The Stayton serves …

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Music & Memory Program Helps Resident with Dementia Relive Lost Experiences

When Delmar Caskey slips on the earphones to his iPod Shuffle, the music jogs his memory back to his country and western two-stepping days. Caskey, a resident of The Stayton, a retirement community, was diagnosed with dementia a few years ago. Now he is experiencing lost memories through MUSIC & MEMORY, a personalized music therapy …

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