Choices in Senior Care Blog

Back in the Day Music and Memory Cafe and setting up a Music Listening Routine

Posted by Brook Dickerson on Apr 1, 2016 1:41:56 PM

 

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Tags: activity, aging, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's disease, caregiving, Therapy, Dementia, health, seniors

Nourishing Life in Assisted Living

Posted by Brook Dickerson on Sep 18, 2015 12:06:43 PM

September 13-19th is National Assisted Living Week. The theme for this year is “Nourishing Life: Mind, Body, Spirit.” In twelve years of working in senior care, I have seen many situations where Assisted Living communities have truly nourished life for seniors.

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Tags: activities of daily living, aging, aging parents, exercise, Therapy, Assisted Living, Assisted Living Knoxville, cognitive stimulation, eldercare, National assisted living week, Senior care

The Benefits of Music for People Living With Dementia

Posted by Brook Dickerson on Aug 14, 2015 10:54:06 AM

Many industry professionals favor using a form of therapy for dementia patients that involves therapeutic music and personalized playlists with iPods.

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Tags: aging, alternative therapy, Alzheimer's, caregiving, quality of life, Therapy, Dementia, eldercare, memory care, music therapy

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