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EZ Mornings Tool Pak, Only $38.95

Making Mornings Easier with the Tool Pak!

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Getting dressed is a routine task – until it takes too long to button a shirt or it’s too painful to put on a shoe. Getting dressed in the morning can become more of a challenge due to a health condition, like arthritis or Parkinsons.  The dexterity of our fingers and extremities lessons as we age or [...]

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Prevent Wandering with Floor Alarm Mat

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Wandering is a very dangerous possibility for people who are autistic or suffering from Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Autistic Adults often have what is commonly referred to as “a one track mind.”  They get one thought or need in their head, and they go.  They do not always communicate their wants or needs or thoughts to [...]

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Behavioral Changes Late in the Day: Sundowner’s Syndrome

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Like clock work, as the sun fades so does the mood of your loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. You aren’t alone. This is not an anomaly. It’s known as sundowners syndrome, and you can take steps to reduce it’s severity. Specifically, sundowner’s syndrome is the behavioral changes that occur in a person around dusk. It usually [...]

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Dementia and Your Dental Health

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  Is there a relationship between poor dental health and dementia? 18 years of data says the answer is yes, according to a study done by the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. In the study, over 5,000 seniors who did not have dementia were asked about their dental habits, including brushing, flossing, mouthwash use and denture [...]