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Our aim is to be a resource at every point in your senior living journey. Whether you’re just starting to do some research, looking to move to a community right away, or just need some answers or support, we can help point you in the right direction. We would obviously love to serve you and your family directly, but more than that we feel obligated to help you decide what the best situation is for you, whether it be in an LCB community or someplace more appropriate.

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Depression

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Seven percent of the world’s older population, including about 6 million Americans over 65, experience depression, making it the top mental health concern for seniors. Depression commonly develops

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How Alzheimer’s Disease Affects Women and Men Differently

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Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia, is becoming more prevalent as the average life expectancy continues to increase. Today, more than five million Americans live with

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Understanding Challenging Behaviors Related to Dementia

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Today, over fifty million people worldwide live with some form of dementia, and that number is expected to nearly triple in the next thirty years. Dementia causes a

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Dementia and Occupational Therapy - Home caregiver and senior adult woman

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The Signs of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

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Have you noticed your loved one occasionally forgetting what they were about to say or having difficulty recalling names and retrieving specific words? Maybe you’ve witnessed them misplacing

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Music Therapy & Alzheimer’s

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We can all attest to the fact that music can raise one’s spirits and evoke strong memories. Hearing an old song on the radio can be compared to

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Movie and TV Shows that Spark Memory Recall

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Although people living with dementia have memory and attention deficits, they often respond well to experiences that evoke happy long-term memories, like listening to old show tunes or looking through

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Dementia and Occupational Therapy - Home caregiver and senior adult woman

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Purposeful Engagement for Those Living with Dementia

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If you have a loved one living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, you’ve likely experienced that person exhibiting signs of frustration and withdrawal from family, friends, and activities.

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Anosognosia

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Diagnosis of a disease such as Alzheimer’s is life altering. Yet some seniors living with Alzheimer’s disease who show signs of denial after diagnosis may, in actuality, not

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Mental Health Concerns in Seniors

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According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately twenty percent of people over the age of fifty-five are affected by mental health disorders. While mental illness strikes younger

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How to Help a Family Living with Alzheimer’s

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As our country continues to navigate the Coronavirus pandemic, it is easy to lose sight of other health issues that can have a significant impact on individuals and

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The Three Stages of Alzheimer’s

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As people are living longer lives, Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia, is becoming more prevalent. Today, more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, and it is

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Risk Factors of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Despite recent gains in Alzheimer’s research, the statistics around the disease remain staggering. More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s today, and it is the sixth leading

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