Educating Your Family About Alzheimer’s Disease

If you are living with someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia today, you are not alone. Approximately 5.4 million people have Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S., with the vast majority over the age of 65.

If you have a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, experts tell us that two things are essential:

Your Guide to Paying for Assisted Living

Today, many of us enjoy the present and assume that “tomorrow will take care of itself.” However, if someone you love is getting up there in years, “tomorrow” can arrive unexpectedly and rather abruptly.

Like it or not, an accident or a sudden illness can quickly change the lives of older Americans and the people who love them. Often, these types of life-altering events result in the person requiring some assistance with the basic activities of daily living (ADLs), such as cooking, bathing, eating, toileting, transportation and taking medications.

Proactive Brain Health: Staving Off Memory Disorders and Slowing Their Progression

The Vital Importance of Socialization for Older Adults

According to experts, senior adults who are active and engaged socially often extend their lives and their enjoyment of life by years. However, for many older adults, the loss of friends and acquaintances over time causes them to become alone and isolated – a situation that can seriously affect their physical and emotional well-being.

Travanse Living™ at Olathe Donates Furniture to Habitat for Humanity

Travanse Living™ at Olathe Hosts Alzheimer's Workshop

OLATHE, KS: Travanse Living, a new assisted living and memory care community featuring the award-winning Pathway® Senior Living VIVA!℠ lifestyle and scheduled to open late 2015, is hosting an Alzheimer’s Workshop that is open to the community.



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