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ALZHEIMER’S RISK

By Emily Bowden / June 26, 2020

Surprise: Unhealthy lifestyle tied to Alzheimer’s risk WRITTEN BY:  Alicia Lasek      REPOSTED FROM MCKNIGHTS.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Reddit Print Share by Email Dallas Anderson, Ph.D. A combination of healthy lifestyle behaviors is tied to substantially lower risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease, finds a new study.…

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VETERANS BENEFITS

By Emily Bowden / February 6, 2020

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reviews the following four areas to determine Aid and Attendance eligibility: 1. Military Service Veteran must have served a minimum of 90 days of active duty.  1 of those days must be during a period of war: World War II – 12/7/41 through 12/31/46 Korean Conflict – 6/27/50 through 1/31/55…

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Daughter Shares How Her Trailblazing Mom Has Made Her Strong

By Emily Bowden / February 4, 2020

September 23, 2019 Reposted from Alzheimer’s Association Blog. Susan Spencer, a former maverick entrepreneur, took over as general manager of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles in 1984 while her father, Leonard Tose, was the team’s owner. Susan remains the only female general manager in NFL history. Today, Susan is living with Alzheimer’s, and her daughter Marnie…

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WHAT AN ELDER CARE ATTORNEY CAN HELP WITH

By Emily Bowden / January 24, 2020

6 Things An Elder Law Attorney Can Do For You WRITTEN BY Donna Mae Scheib ; Reposted from Senior Living Link, October 17, 2019 This article provides a list of six things an elder law attorney can do to help family caregivers. In a nutshell, elder law addresses the concerns of seniors and their loved…

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STAGES OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

By Emily Bowden / January 16, 2020

Many people are living much longer these days and the statistics have shown that 1 in 3 people who reach the age of 85 will have dementia.  Alzheimer’s disease typically will progress slowly in three general stages — mild (early stage), moderate (middle stage), and severe (late stage). Since Alzheimer’s affects people in different ways,…

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The Power of Friendship in a Small World

By Justin Peacock / June 10, 2015

It really is a small world, after all. This is proved over and over again at Summer’s Landing when guests come to tour our community for the first time. So often, there are all sorts of emotions felt by prospective residents at that first meeting: from nervous and curious, to excited and confident, or even…

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