Posts tagged with ‘Alzheimer’s Care’

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Is it Alzeihmer’s or Dementia?

by Dan Bailey

Actually it’s called Dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. ‘Dementia’ is an umbrella term,  Alzheimer’s being the most prevalent type of dementia.  The two most common types of dementia are Alzheimer’s Disease (apprx. 65%) and vascular dementia or those incidents caused by loss of blood to or in the brain – more commonly called strokes.  There […]

Finding a home for your loved one

by Dan Bailey

Feel free to print this out and use it.  Dan TO DO’S Identify homes that are geographically located close where you want the resident to live. Call each home and ask if there is availability. The ones that have openings, take a copy of this list and ‘show up’ for a visit. When you arrive, […]

Memory Care – What’s it all about?

by Dan Bailey

Memory Care refers to addressing the loss of memory and confusion of residents (at Lakeside Manor they are residents – not patients)  by the caregivers who are trained specifically in this type of care.  The loss of memory is frustrating and can contribute to anxiety, mistrust, fear and anger. The trained caregiver is fully aware […]