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Brain Exercises that Boost Mental Health

The more that we keep our brains mentally active, the more we increase its capacity to stay functional and healthy. So if we’re able to provide opportunities to exercise our brains, it will then be ideal to spend more time with these activities. Would you agree? In our rest home in Worcester, Massachusetts, we promote … Continue reading

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Dementia Care: When Driving Isn’t Safe Anymore

When someone we love gets diagnosed with dementia, there will be many aspects of their lives that get limited by and by. One of these important aspects is driving. Here in our country, we attribute a lot of strengths and advantages for ourselves when we can drive. So imagine the emotional distress it can bring … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Care: Tips to Reduce Sundowning Symptoms

Sundowning is a challenging behavior manifested by individuals with Alzheimer’s case. It is otherwise known as late-day confusion as the person becomes agitated or anxious around early evening or when the sun is setting down. How do we cope with sundowning episodes? As your trusted provider of senior care in Massachusetts, we would like to … Continue reading

Understanding Sleep Disorders in Alzheimer’s Seniors

When we are caring for senior family members with Alzheimer’s, we may be faced with different challenges in the caregiving role. One of these challenges is their sleeping difficulties. If you have been concerned about their sleep disorders, here are important aspects of sleeping and Alzheimer’s that we need to know. Alzheimer’s Can Cause Sleep … Continue reading

Etiquette Guide: Interacting with the Mentally Disabled

When you are meeting a person with disabilities for the first time, you may find yourself at a loss on how to correctly interact with them. At our rest home in Worcester, Massachusetts, we understand how this can be a challenging experience for some people. We have been assisting clients with different forms of disabilities, … Continue reading

Diet Tips for Loved Ones with Developmental Disability

The food we eat is reflected on our health beliefs and other physical conditions. For this reason, when we are eating healthy foods, it reflects on how healthy and fit our bodies are. This is also the same principle applied to our mental health. Furthermore, if we have loved ones with developmental disabilities, we need … Continue reading

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