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  • Benefits of Reminiscing for Seniors “God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December.” J.M. Barrie We all have them. The memories we create through the years become priceless treasures when we reach the winter of our lives. Our view of life is shaped by things that happened to us in the past. ... Continue Reading
  • Short Term Memory Loss in Elderly Adults While there are many wonderful things about aging - you get discounts at the grocery store, you don’t have to wake up to an alarm clock, no one judges you when you can’t work a printer - there are some downsides. Short term memory loss is one of those downsides. Short term ... Continue Reading
  • Memory Games for Seniors We all want to keep our brains sharp and functioning at optimal levels as we age. Did you know that age-related memory loss is not an inevitable part of growing older? The human brain can generate new brain cells at any age. So why, you might ask, are you forgetting your new ... Continue Reading
  • Trivia for Seniors: Different Ways to Play There’s something genuinely satisfying about knowing the answer to an obscure trivia question, isn’t there? Or doesn’t matter how useless or, well, trivial the information is. It’s just great to know a random fact, especially when the people around you – whether it be a ... Continue Reading
  • Elderly Memory Loss: Warning Signs of Dementia & Alzheimer’s Part 2 The First Five Welcome back to the Griswold Blog. As you may know, we’re dedicating this week’s posts to diffusing the confusion about dementia. This post is about 5 of the warning signs of dementia and it’s most common form, Alzheimer’s disease (AD). These are the types of ... Continue Reading