Alzheimer & Dementia information

Alzheimer & Dementia information

Early Signs of Dementia: The Red Flags to Look Out For

When your loved one gets a little forgetful, you may think he is just getting older and less mentally sharp. But as time goes by, your loved one may show a variety of other symptoms related

There are at least 10 different types of dementia and no two dementia's are the same. Our primary focus over the next few months will be discussions about the different types of Dementia, the behaviors for each and specific activities and techniques along with diet and exercise

Activities for Seniors with Dementia

Think of an Assisted Living Home and your mind immediately pictures a room full of seniors. relaxing on their recliners staring into space or worse still, staring at a T.V. This

Veterans have served our country well and deserve the best care when it comes to their health needs in their golden years. Assisted Living and Memory Care are an integral part of aging and should be financially planned for early in life.

Fortunately for Veterans,

How Many Types of Dementia Are There?

At least 10 different types of dementia are known

If anyone you know is diagnosed with dementia, you will notice that the condition causes memory, behavior and thinking problems that affect their ability to complete complex tasks.

The Talking Book Program

Reading books is a leisurely hobby that is shared by many of the residents at Evergreen Cottages. Some read for fun and others as a continued quest for knowledge. Unfortunately, being stricken with dementia has robbed some of our residents the ability

Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid at Evergreen Cottages assisted living memory care? This is a question we get often. Some clients are not sure exactly what the differences are.

Prior to a discussion of Medicaid’s benefits for persons with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, it

Our last post “Questions to Ask While Touring a Memory Care Community” listed important questions to ask when touring communities for your loved one. In this post we are going to answer a couple of the questions for our community and explain important differences between

Our first

For most families, the first time you hear the words Dementia or Alzheimer’s is when your doctor first informs you that your most dear loved one has been diagnosed with these conditions. After all, no-one plans for such news.

A new study has found that dementia rates among people 65 and older in England and Wales have plummeted by 25 percent over the past two decades, to 6.2 percent from 8.3 percent, the strongest evidence yet of a trend some experts had hoped would materialize.

Another recent study, conducted in