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How to explain dementia to children

Published By mweinbaum on March 22, 2022

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the diagnosis affects the entire family. Depending on how severe their dementia is and how quickly it progresses, you may need to start making plans for full-time care for your loved one.  As a parent, your natural instinct is to protect your child from things that may… Continue reading How to explain dementia to children

5 Safety Tips for Seniors Who Garden

Published By mktagrp9 on March 21, 2022
Shot of a smiling senior couple gardening in their yard

Gardening is a favorite pastime for many older adults, especially for our residents at UMC at Pitman. Hobbies are a huge part of retirement and being able to continue doing what you love is important to anyone’s overall health. That’s why it’s important for us to highlight proper safety tips for seniors to take while… Continue reading 5 Safety Tips for Seniors Who Garden

Tips on How to Explain Dementia to Grandkids

Published By mktagrp9 on March 21, 2022
Caring worried senior grandpa comforting sad little grandson stroke head talking to upset grandchild consoling give psychological help apologizing, grandparent and grandchild empathy support concept

If you’ve been caring for your senior parent with dementia, you have probably come to realize that your relationship will be different from now on. One of the major, most noticeable changes is how you communicate. Altering and adapting the ways in which you communicate with your loved one is essential to maintaining a strong… Continue reading Tips on How to Explain Dementia to Grandkids

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