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7 Ways to Make the Holidays Easier for Someone With Alzheimer’s or Dementia

It’s no secret that living with Alzheimer’s disease and caring for someone who has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is challenging. This also means that late November and December—a time when the holidays are upon us—also brings unique challenges as we celebrate and see more family and friends. However, there are some ways to make life…
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5 Tips to Make the Bathroom a Safer Place for Seniors

Have you ever slipped and fell in your bathroom? No matter what your age or how agile you are, a bathroom can increase your risk for falls due to slippery floors. However, seniors—who are already at a higher risk for falls—are particularly vulnerable to getting hurt in the bathroom. With more and more seniors deciding…
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Secure Aging Participates in Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million people around the U.S., and someone is diagnosed with it every 65 seconds. Alzheimer’s is a growing disease around the country as our population ages, and there is currently no cure. However, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s events across the U.S. are part of the effort to change…
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Prediabetes Gives You a Chance to Develop Better Health Habits

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and you probably know about some of the health risks associated with diabetes. Diabetes, which refers to blood sugar that’s too high, can lead to problems with your eyes, kidneys, feet, and many other parts of the body. In worst-case scenarios when you have poorly controlled diabetes, the disease can…
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6 Tips to Help a Loved One Get Adjusted to Assisted Living

Moving is hard on anyone, right? Imagine that you are older and experiencing memory loss. You’ve been in a comfortable place, be it at a senior independent living facility or in your home, and then you are moved to assisted living. That would be a major change for even the most resilient among us. If…
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