Over time, caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can become difficult. Researching care options for you or your loved one can leave you with the feeling of uncertainty since most transitions deal with misconceptions of losing independence.
It can be difficult for family members to remember who their loved ones once were before the disease commenced. However, this does not mean that it is okay to treat them as a child and deserves to be treated as an adult.
There is something about planting seeds and helping them grow that brings joy to oneself. The added benefits of the abundant fruits and vegetables packed with nutrients enhance our health and well-being.
Poet’s Walk Cedar Park is proud to announce that they have been selected as one of the 2019 Best of Assisted Living Award Winners on SeniorAdvisor.com, the largest ratings and reviews site for senior care and services in North America and Canada. SeniorAdvisor.com’s Best of 2019 Award winners represent the
This article originally appeared on Fredericksburg Today. February 19, 2019 Memory Care Seniors Renew Vows on Valentine’s Day WARRENTON, VA – Memory care seniors embraced Valentine’s Day this year when they renewed their vows under a beautiful gazebo at Poet’s Walk Warrenton. During the wedding ceremony, the couples were serenaded
This clip originally aired on KVUE-ABC February 14, 2019 The students from Meridian Elementary visited the Poet’s Walk Memory Care Community in Round Rock to sing and hand out handmade cards. ROUND ROCK, Texas — Valentine’s Day is a time to show our love for others. This year, a