Chronic Conditions

  • 4 Ways Caregivers Can Support Seniors in Sundowning Care

    With the changes in weather and shorter days during the fall and winter months, people living with Alzheimer’s disease can experience behavior and mood changes. One of these changes is called “sundowning.”

  • Heart Health for Brain Health
  • Learn About the Different Types of Dementia

    When a loved one begins to show signs of memory loss, assumptions might be made that they have dementia or that it’s just a normal part of aging. However, there are different causes of the symptoms of dementia, and dementia might be one symptom of another illness.

  • Learn More About Aphasia

    Aphasia is not dementia or a mental illness, but it is a condition that affects your ability to communicate. Find out the symptoms of aphasia and what's like to be a caregiver for someone who is living with aphasia.

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