KISS-CUT KOI Residents had fun making brilliant Koi fish with glitter in the craft class. Framed, they are worthy of either giving as a gift or hanging on the wall of their room to constantly remind them of something beautiful that they made themselves. Framed glittered Koi fish. At Lakeside Manor all residents have the option in participating in Art Therapy sessions. Check out some other fun Art Projects completed in the past: Amate Art Projects and the Giant Fantasy Flower Art Project.

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How to Choose a Memory Care Facility or Alzheimer’s Assisted Living Facility in San Diego

Making the decision to move your loved one into a San Diego Alzheimer's Assisted Living Facility is difficult. It takes a lot of research, time and effort to choose the right San Diego Memory Care Facility. To make sure your loved one gets all the care they need, like healthy meals, assistance getting to the bathroom and traveling to their doctor's appointments, you need to know exactly what to look for. What is Alzheimer's Assisted Living and what does it offer? Alzheimer's assisted living is a type of housing for elderly residents who have Alzheimer's or Dementia. The staff undergoes special training in order to specifically work with Alzheimer's and Dementia patients. Alzheimer's assisted living facilities offer: A safe and stable environment for your loved one A secured facility to ensure your loved one does not leave…

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Improving Quality of Life for Dementia Patients

Dementia progresses through 7 stages of decline over a period of several years. During the first 6 stages, dementia patients are still capable of leading productive, satisfying lives. Some people think that once a person is diagnosed, they are no longer capable of doing any of the normal activities they once did. In reality, people in the earlier stages of dementia can do a lot of the things they’ve always done. They want to feel like they make a difference and contribute to their family’s and friends’ lives. As the disease progresses, they will need supervision and assistance to ensure their safety. But that doesn’t mean they can’t continue to be functional and happy for most of the time they have left. The type of care dementia patients receive, as well as their living environment, greatly…

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