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Planning Your Future After a Dementia Diagnosis

January 26th, 2023|Categories: Avalon Memory Care, Dementia, Memory Care|0 Comments

A dementia diagnosis is distressing for any family. Even when so much feels unknown, there can still be some comfort in knowing what steps to take to prepare for the days ahead. Updating vital information, proofing the home for any safety issues, and supporting your loved one’s emotional wellness are ways to get [...]

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Not Everyone is a Caregiver and That’s Okay

January 11th, 2023|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Even with its challenges, many family caregivers report feeling gratified by choosing to care for someone they love. It can work out in your favor if you have the means and energy to be a constant support. However, the daily responsibility of providing for and protecting a senior parent or relative isn’t a [...]

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Visiting Your Aging Parent with Memory Loss

December 20th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

As a loving son or daughter, you naturally want regular visits with your parent. And even though life has changed as your parent’s dementia has progressed, it’s our goal at Avalon Memory Care to help both of you feel comfortable and connected during your visits. Here are some tips to make your visits [...]

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How to create meaningful holiday moments

December 16th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Holiday time is here once again, but things may be different this year. It’s tough to see your loved one forget family traditions or not enjoy the holidays like they used to, but there are ways to still bring merriment and meaning to the occasion. It’ll take some adjustment and extra planning. It’ll [...]

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How to Know When It’s Time for Memory Care

November 29th, 2022|Categories: Alzheimer's, Avalon Memory Care, Dementia, Memory Care|0 Comments

If your loved one lives with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you know that their symptoms progress over a long time, making it hard to know what kind of care they need.  At first, you may think, “I should be able to handle this.”  But as cognitive function significantly declines, you may find yourself [...]