Mental stimulation is composed of various activities that help reduce but not eliminate the effects of memory loss. Therefore going on group outings and providing mentally stimulating activities for those with memory loss is important to keep your loved ones active and happy.
Making the decision to transition your loved one into a care program that is right for them is a big deal and should not be taken lightly. When a senior can no longer live on their own, the decision regarding how and who will care for them may arise. According
Clip originally appeared on Kens5-TV Teens helping dementia, Alzheimer’s patients smile this summer The Camp Warrior program brings together teens and young adults to do activities and learn life skills from memory care patients By Ashley Speller It was a unique way to spend the summer for a group of
This article originally appeared in Northern Virginia Magazine June 28, 2019 Intergenerational programs in NoVA bring seniors and children together—with benefits for both. Several local child care and assisted living communities have introduced programs that foster friendships across the ages. Mariam Dominguez’s father and father-in-law are both deceased, but her