Category Archives: Dementia

Automated Medication Management is a Resource to Help You Continue to Live Independently in Your Home

As we age, sometimes the number of medications that we have to take on a daily basis increases.  Trying to keep track of which medication to take at which time or even remembering if we took all the medications at … Continue reading

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Longer Life Expectancies Mean More Families Are Dealing With Dementia

What could be the down side to modern medicine finding more and more ways to help us live longer?  The fact that living longer doesn’t always mean living better.  For instance, the longer we live, the higher our chances of … Continue reading

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National Memory Screening Day

November 15, 2011 is National Memory Screening Day. National Memory Screening Day was established in 2003 by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America “as part of its mission to provide optimal care and services to individuals confronting dementia and to their … Continue reading

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