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Looking for A Job in Nursing? Here's What It Takes to Land Your Dream Job

 

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Honoring Nurses: The Career Journey of a Lifetime

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A Walk a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: The Benefits of Walking and Alzheimer's

 

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Holiday Tips for Caregivers

 

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Sleep, It’s Not as Simple as You Would Think

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The Power of Music and Dementia

Posted by DDR on Apr 1, 2019 7:00:00 AM


image007Current research shows that listening to their favorite music can help provide emotional and behavioral benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. This is because the key brain areas linked to musical memory remain undamaged despite disease progression and musical memories are then preserved.

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Getting Better With Age: Building Your Brain

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Caregivers Offer Loving Care for 100-Year Old Mom: “They are God’s Gifts, Our Angels”

Mother Theresa once said, “It is not how much you do, but how much love you put in the doing.”

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Cultural Respect is Key to Providing the Best Care

When hiring a homecare aide, make sure that cultural respect is high on your checklist of what is required of the homecare professional you are considering, along with experience, expertise, patience, compassion, dependability and communication. “Culturally-sensitive” care is integral to providing quality healthcare that is responsive to each patient’s needs, according to the National Institute of Health.

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Warning Signs That Your Loved One Has Dementia

Being forgetful or having trouble remembering things doesn’t automatically mean that you have dementia. It’s just a natural result of aging or being fatigued. Something like forgetting why you walked into a room could be a sign of Alzheimer’s dementia – or, it could mean that you are simply exhausted. The difference is that the person with dementia won’t just forget why they walked into a room — the room itself will seem strange and unfamiliar to them.

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