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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»
March 22, 2019

How Dementia Affects Conversation and Relationship

Dementia can create differences in the way we connect with others, and the ways in which those with memory loss perceive themsel…  View article»
February 28, 2019

Pet Therapy and Seniors

Emerald Crest by Augustana Care often has visitors stop by to spend time with our residents. We make sure to have a wide variety…  View article»
February 14, 2019

Caring for Someone with Dementia

The Love of Family Caregivers: Strength, Devotion and Unique Perspectives  View article»
January 31, 2019

Emerald Crest: Voted Best Memory Care, Best Retirement Community, and Best Assisted Living!

Emerald Crest by Augustana Care was recently voted “Best Memory Care” by the Sun Media readers in Wayzata and Minnetonka along w…  View article»
January 21, 2019

Benefits of Moving to Memory Care

A Chaplain’s Perspective – The Benefits of Choosing Memory Care  View article»
December 31, 2018

Should an Individual Still Drive Following a Diagnosis of Dementia?

Should an Individual Still Drive Following a Diagnosis of Dementia?  View article»
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For my mother's memory care needs, my father and family love the "at home" feel versus the institutional setting of some of the other options. Easy access, great staff and great care reinforce our decision.

— Mark, son of resident

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