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Use it or Lose it

Flashcards 2As we age, if we are not staying sharp minded, we are losing our ability to remember and retain information.  Memory loss is a common problem among the seniors we love.  There are things that seniors can do to keep their minds sharp and memory strong. Rebecca Singer has developed flash cards, 100 words a day, to assist seniors.  Just like with any part of our minds and bodies, training and strengthening is the key to have the best mind at any age.  Making the use of our memory a daily part of our lives may become a passing notion as we age.  Call Rebecca at 914-563-6939 or visit rebeccasinger.com for this new, invaluable senior care product.

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Alzheimers Disease Caregiver

You may have heard about the difficulties being an Alzheimers disease caregiver, because of the stress, the never-ending changes, or the fact that it’s difficult for anyone to truly understand what is happening to a person with Alzheimers.  All of these things you’ve likely heard are true, so what can you do for the caregiver, so that they can continue caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s?

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Talking to your Child About Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease can be difficult for everyone involved, including children, grand-children and spouses. Young children may not understand the disease as well as adults, therefore when their loved one has Alzheimer’s disease they are confused, upset, and unsure of what may be happening. This confusion is common in young children who are faced with a loved one with a disease.

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