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  • Creating a Memory Book for Elderly Adults Did you ever make scrapbooks as a kid? They can be a fun way to look back and relive precious memories over and over again. Memory books for adults — especially those with dementia — can have that same effect. Creating a memory book for elderly individuals can be beneficial ... Continue Reading
  • Happy Holidays: Remember to Send Cards to Elderly Friends and Family A 2012 study from the National Institute on Aging found a link between loneliness and serious health problems, including death. Of the 1,604 adults over age 60 surveyed, 43% percent experienced loneliness. Sending a card to an elderly person can help them ease these lonely ... Continue Reading
  • Gifts for Seniors: What’s New This Holiday Season? It’s rare to get through a holiday season without having to find the perfect gift for at least a few loved ones. It can be a daunting task to find something personal, relevant, and budget friendly for each person on your list, especially when it comes to family. Gifts for ... Continue Reading
  • Gifts for People with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease With the holidays just around the corner, you may be wondering what you can get for your loved ones who suffer from memory loss. Finding gifts for dementia patients or gifts for Alzheimer’s patients can be difficult, but it’s not impossible with a little help from these gift ... Continue Reading
  • Father’s Day Gifts for Older Dads For most of us, Father’s Day conjures up two distinct sets of feelings. If we’re fortunate, the day provides the backdrop to consider how dear old Dad has had a positive impact on our lives. Early in life, dads are good at teaching us to ride our bikes and to catch a trout. ... Continue Reading
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