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3 Reasons Why Assisted Living is Best For You

Among all the existing home care services there is in the country today, how do we know what is best for us and for our loved ones? There are so many things that we need to consider. Home care providers are also a factor to consider. We have to make sure that our providers can … Continue reading

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Today’s Big Q: Can music help preserve the memory of patients with Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disease that could affect anyone upon aging. This can either be hereditary or acquired. In addition, Alzheimer’s disease is also associated with gradual memory loss. The disease damages certain parts of the brain, including the neurons and brain tissues. Over the years, scientists and medical experts have been looking for … Continue reading

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Causes of Stress in Seniors

Stress can kill an individual. It can end treasured relationships and it can destroy a person’s future. But the most unfortunate fact is- anybody can experience depression. In fact, it is the primary reason why senior citizens tend to commit suicide. Apex Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care has discovered numerous factors which lead one … Continue reading

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Energy Boosting Foods for Seniors

The best gift you could give to your Mom this coming Mother’s Day is the gift of presence. You can set up a date with the whole family and serve healthy but delectable foods on the table to celebrate this day made for all the mothers in the world. Since your old parents may already … Continue reading

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Consider Leaving Home: 6 Benefits of Assisted Living

Deciding on whether to let your aging loved ones live at home or not is a very difficult decision to make. But when people get older, even simple tasks can be arduous to do. Furthermore, care given by family members can be inadequate knowing that they also have things going on with their lives. With … Continue reading

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Visiting a Loved One with Alzheimer’s: What Should I do?

Visiting a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can trigger a lot of emotions – happiness, longing and sadness. Perhaps that’s the reason why people do not visit their loved ones in nursing homes beside the fact that they might just forget the interaction later on. But paying a visit to someone with Alzheimer’s is actually … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know about Your Brain and Aging

Brain deterioration, hearing loss, subtle short term memory and delayed reflexes- these are just some of the signs of aging. On the contrary, these are not normal symptoms of aging alone, these could be indicators of underlying serious health issues that needs a medical examination. Our brain shrinks as we grow old. The nerves and … Continue reading

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4 Recommend Activities for Seniors This Spring

Spring is just around the corner and you must have some things that you want to do this coming season. Not only the young ones can enjoy the wonderful sun and sand, but the seniors can have their fair share of spring fun too. It is a good thing that there are providers like Apex … Continue reading

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Dealing with Anxiety and Depression as We Age

Depression and anxiety are not a natural part of aging. And as people age, anxiety and mood disorders become less common. However, detection rates are lower among seniors. Not many of them would seek assistance for mental health problems. That is why Apex Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care, an Assisted Living Home Care in … Continue reading

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Activities and Alzheimer’s Patients

Dementia is one of the main reasons why the elderly are more withdrawn from participating in activities and hanging out with family and friends. To make matters worse, there have been numerous cases wherein older adults in our community wither away in despair because of such withdrawal. People with dementia commonly suffer Alzheimer’s disease as … Continue reading

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