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Are There Signs of Vascular Dementia in Your Loved One?

Are There Signs of Vascular Dementia in Your Loved One?

When a senior begins to show signs of a mental decline, they are often assumed to be developing Alzheimer’s. While...
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Brain Health Tips for Women: Caregivers and Loved Ones

Brain Health Tips for Women: Caregivers and Loved Ones

Managing the stress of caregiving can be a difficult task. For women, maintaining brain health is important for promoting...
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What to Do If a Spouse is Suffering Memory Loss

What to Do If a Spouse is Suffering Memory Loss

As relationships grow, so do the challenges. Over the years of being together, usually being most of a lifetime, senior...
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How to Know When Senior Independence is Unsustainable

How to Know When Senior Independence is Unsustainable

When we age, some of us tend to retain a strong desire to maintain the independence we had in our younger days. If your...
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Caregiver, Not Guest: Celebrating the Holidays

Caregiver, Not Guest: Celebrating the Holidays

Celebrating the holidays as a caregiver can bring a few questions and concerns into mind, despite the...
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A Conversation with Maria Shriver, Boots-on-the-Ground Advocate for Women’s Brains

A Conversation with Maria Shriver, Boots-on-the-Ground Advocate for Women’s Brains

Service is in Maria Shriver's blood. She's the niece of President Kennedy, daughter of Eunice Shriver (founder of the...
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Brain Training Apps — Do They Work Against Dementia?

Brain Training Apps — Do They Work Against Dementia?

With all this hoopla about stimulating senior brains, older adults spent $1.9 billion on brain training in 2018 in an effort...
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Can Regular Eye Exams Assist in Catching Alzheimer’s?

Can Regular Eye Exams Assist in Catching Alzheimer’s?

Our optometrist is our professional we seek to ensure our vision is in check, but can eye exams catch...
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Signs Your Loved One May Be Ready for Assisted Living

Signs Your Loved One May Be Ready for Assisted Living

If a senior loved one can no longer manage well, and is reluctant to let family members know because they're afraid of...
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Mary’s Message: Dementia Friendly America

Mary’s Message: Dementia Friendly America

A Message from our Executive Director Dear Residents, Families, and Friends, Every day at Kensington Park, we are...
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