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October 31, 2019

Stages of Dementia: Many Transitions, Many Losses

So many losses. People with dementia and their loved ones often have loss after loss.  View article»
September 13, 2019

Tailoring Memory Care for Changing Needs

How care for those with dementia is uniquely personalized and carefully designed  View article»
August 26, 2019

Visiting Someone with Memory Loss? Bring Children!

Visits to memory care with children can be beneficial and enjoyable for all  View article»
July 18, 2019

Family Visits to Memory Care: Easy or Difficult?

Is visiting a loved one easy or hard? It may depend on sharing the experience.  View article»
June 21, 2019

Visits Away from Dementia Care Facilities

How Families and Loved Ones Cope with Travel and Away Visits  View article»
June 5, 2019

Memory Cafés

Not your typical café, a Memory Café menu features exercises for the body and brain, helpful resources and an opportunity to sha…  View article»
May 17, 2019

Choosing Joy When Visiting Loved Ones with Dementia

If we approach visits with joy and openness, we may receive surprising blessings.  View article»
April 30, 2019

Dementia Friends

Launched in 2009 with a mission to better support individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and their families, the ACT on Alzheimer’…  View article»
April 19, 2019

Does Dementia Change Personality?

How situations and perceptions may affect those with dementia  View article»
March 29, 2019

When is Simple Forgetfulness Something More?

We all forget little details now and then, like where we placed our keys or an item on our grocery list. This is normal and alth…  View article»
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My mom was at Emerald Crest for about a year and a half. I was very grateful and appreciative for the care my mom received at Emerald Crest. I had been caring for her myself, so knowing that she was in a safe environment was a huge relief for me.

— Tomma, daughter of resident

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