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Moving a Loved One with Dementia into a Memory Care Community

Recommendations from Seniors At Home’s Center for Dementia Care to ease the transition on moving day  For most older adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, there will come a time when they are no longer safe to live independently.  This means that families and loved ones must decide between continuing with home care or […]

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Palliative Care vs. Hospice: What is the Difference?

If you or a loved one are experiencing a serious or terminal illness, you’ll likely hear the terms ‘palliative care’ and ‘hospice care’ over the course of treatment. Though the terms are often used interchangeably, palliative care and hospice are not the same thing. So what is the difference between palliative care vs. hospice? In

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Caregivers Step into the Shoes of Someone with Dementia at a Recent Staff Training

What is it like to navigate the world as an older adult with dementia? How much more difficult are tasks like walking or taking your medication when you’re faced with changes in your sensory capabilities such as decreased vision, hearing loss, or arthritis pain? At Seniors At Home, we believe that in order to provide

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