Alzheimer’s

You’re Invited! Join Us At Our Community Barbeque Party at The Richardson Senior Center

We’ve got a great event coming up! Affinity Senior Care is hosting a barbeque party for all of our community seniors on Tuesday, August 16th. Join us as we celebrate the joy of good food, good friends, and good times with a hot dog barbeque, salad, chips, desserts, and drinks – and exciting raffle prizes! …

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How To Make A Smooth Transition Home From The Hospital For The Elderly

Transitions are hard for everyone. When you’re elderly, it can be even more challenging. That’s why it’s so important to make sure that when your loved one goes home from the hospital after an extended stay, the transition is as easy as possible. A smooth transition home from the hospital is critical to an older …

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5 Fun Outdoor Activities for Seniors Living with Dementia

As your loved one’s dementia progresses, finding activities you can enjoy together may become more complex. For example, you might be interested in taking a trip to the beach or hiking through a nearby forest, but you’re afraid that it will be too stressful for your loved one. The best way to keep your loved …

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In Conversation with Lori La Bey, Founder of Advocacy Group – Alzheimer’s Speaks

In the podcast of the month, Affinity Senior Care CEO, Chris Z speaks with Lori La Bey. Lori La Bey is a passionate and inspiring keynote speaker and the founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks, a Minnesota based advocacy group and media outlet making an international impact by providing education and support for those dealing with Alzheimer’s …

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Taking Care of Someone with Alzheimer’s

Taking Care of Someone with Alzheimer’s Watching your loved one battle a progressively worsening disease can take its toll on you as a caregiver. Their diminishing physical, cognitive, and functional capabilities can become overwhelming, and in some instances, can lead to burnout. Seeking help and support for yourself along the caregiving journey is essential for …

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