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Making Long-Term Care Feel Like Home

For any of us, significant change in our lives can be difficult. A new job, moving to a new state, grown children leaving the nest and other changes to our daily experience can move us out of our comfort zone and cause us to feel a bit off balance, less confident and sometimes apprehensive.

Summer Night of Music

On a beautiful June evening, singer Lou Dottoli entertained resident Kathryn Westman and her daughter, Susan Snow, along with other residents of Saunders House. The Summer Night of Music event featured the big band style of music, movie hits, Frank Sinatra tunes, and other classic melodies that put smiles on many of the residents’ faces. What an entertaining night it was!

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How to Know When It’s Time for Professional Memory Care Services

As a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, you probably have concerns about what the future holds. How fast will changes occur? What can I expect to happen next? How will I know what to do?

Because progressive memory loss affects individuals in different ways, it can be very difficult to predict the future with any degree of accuracy. As memory care experts remind us, the only thing you can be certain of is that the challenges facing your loved one – and you – will only increase with time.

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