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Combating Anosognosia in a Person with Dementia

“How could you possibly say that I have dementia? There’s not a single thing wrong with me!” If an older loved one with dementia voices sentiments like this, you may be thinking to yourself that the senior is simply in denial and not willing to admit such a difficult diagnosis.

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Tips for Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s During COVID-19

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s is often difficult under the best of scenarios; mix in a global pandemic, one which calls for social distancing, masks, and thorough sterilization of both ourselves and our environment, and the challenge might appear insurmountable. Complete Care at Home recommends the following tactics to help reduce

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The Benefits of Exercise for Alzheimer’s

The many benefits of exercise are clear, but what is not as well known is that exercise for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients can be especially helpful in a variety of ways. It can help reduce the risk for muscle weakness and other issues that stem from inactivity, can ease the

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Better Manage Alzheimer’s Symptoms by Avoiding These 5 Triggers

While there are some commonalities, Alzheimer’s symptoms can manifest differently for each individual. Our specially trained dementia care Santa Barbara experts know, for instance, that while one person may take pleasure in being outside, a different individual may be overwhelmed by an overload of sensory input and favor a quieter

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