THRIVE with Parkinson’s: Open House for Family Caregivers
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THRIVE with Parkinson’s: Open House for Family Caregivers
Learn About Our New Program for Residents with Movement Disorders
Thursday, March 7th 6pm-7pm. Click HERE & RSVP Now!
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Memory Care Community

Sensitivity Matters: Involving Seniors in the Decision to Move to Memory Care 

Sensitivity Matters: Involving Seniors in the Decision to Move to Memory Care 

Deciding to move a loved one to memory care is a delicate and challenging decision that many families face. The process...
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Parkinson’s and Seniors: How to Best Support Their Emotional Well-Being

Parkinson’s and Seniors: How to Best Support Their Emotional Well-Being

Unique challenges are presented when it comes to Parkinson’s and seniors. It can be especially hard, as a loved one, to...
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What to Expect with Frontotemporal Dementia

What to Expect with Frontotemporal Dementia

Frontotemporal dementia is among the most common types of dementia, along with Alzheimer’s disease and vascular...
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Understanding the Different Types of Specialty Dementias

Understanding the Different Types of Specialty Dementias

Join The Kensington White Plains for a continuation of The Kensington’s Brain Health Series with our upcoming event,...
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Is Your Loved One Ready for Memory Care?

Is Your Loved One Ready for Memory Care?

An internal battle can ensue with the question of, can you handle being caregiver, or is your loved one ready for memory...
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How Journaling Helps Your Brain

How Journaling Helps Your Brain

As children, many of us kept diaries. As adults, these youthful, soul-baring entries may have evolved into introspective...
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“What am I going to do about my mother’s memory?”

“What am I going to do about my mother’s memory?”

Written by Carrie Colwes Hymowitz, Psy.D. and Judi Markowitz, Psy.D., Memory Helpers Signs of memory loss might be evident...
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Food and Memories Go Hand in Hand

Food and Memories Go Hand in Hand

These are many food memories seniors associate with childhood, and such memories have a powerful bearing on later...
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Tips on the Value of Art Therapy for Loved Ones with Memory Loss

Tips on the Value of Art Therapy for Loved Ones with Memory Loss

According to the Mayo Clinic and the Alzheimer’s Association, art therapy can open doors to self-expression and...
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