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Information about senior living and memory care is scattered all over the internet, making it hard to find one comprehensive resource. So, if you’ve been looking for information on senior brain health and wellness, positive aging, memory support at every stage, visit our news/blog page frequently.

How the 8 Dimensions of Wellness Help Seniors Remain Healthy

How the 8 Dimensions of Wellness Help Seniors Remain Healthy

“Health” and “wellness” may sound like two words for the same thing, but the truth is a little more nuanced than that. Most people, when they say the word “health,” are specifically speaking to physical health – staying in shape, eating well and generally living...

Topics To Cover with Aging Parents

Topics To Cover with Aging Parents

By Judy Given, Sr. Director, Campus Development Aging is a part of life. It is a series of transitions and often we are not well equipped to navigate these changes. Dying is one thing we all have in common, and it is the one topic most families fail to discuss until...

Introducing Abe’s Garden Community

Introducing Abe’s Garden Community

Contact: Lori Latusek, Manager, Marketing and Communications 615.301.3050 Nashville’s Premier Senior Living and Memory Care Organization Is Uniting Under One Name: Introducing Abe’s Garden Community NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Park Manor, an independent and assisted living...

Ten Tips for Communicating with a Person with Dementia.

Ten Tips for Communicating with a Person with Dementia.

By Beverly Theis, LCSW, Director of Resident and Family Support Learning and developing effective communication requires active listening. Understanding both verbal messaging and non-verbal cues is key to improving the quality of life for a loved one with dementia....

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What Do I Do If My Loved One with Dementia Doesn’t Recognize Me?

What Do I Do If My Loved One with Dementia Doesn’t Recognize Me?

By Beverly Theis, LCSW, Director of Resident and Family Support One of the most difficult moments of each dementia journey is when a loved one doesn’t recognize you.  During some stages, they may not remember your name or relationship, but you remain familiar to...

Dementia Caregiver Break Options

Dementia Caregiver Break Options

By Judy Given, Abe’s Garden and Park Manor Director of Campus Development It can be challenging for caregivers to carve out time for themselves to run errands, manage their own personal care, or simply relax.  There are many options available to create this much...

In-Home Dementia Care Partner Selection and On-boarding

In-Home Dementia Care Partner Selection and On-boarding

By Vicky Raines, Director of Resident Services It’s important for caregivers to accept support during the dementia journey. Respite benefits your own mind and body health, as well as the wellbeing of the loved one you’re caring for. Be proud of taking the step to seek...