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A Life With Meaning

Elderly women making blueberry muffins

They can't always take care of themselves, but that doesn't mean people with dementia just want to sit around all day. Meaningful activities are vital to their health and well-being. »

Food Hacks for Easier Swallowing

Elderly woman receiving a spoonful of delicious looking red soup or puree

Difficulty swallowing is common in seniors with dementia, making eating tough for them and food preparation tough for caregivers. Here are 10 ways to make eating easier for your loved one. »

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Over 5 million Americans suffer with Alzheimer's disease. It is estimated that there are more than 15 million caregivers providing care to those with Alzheimer's and related dementias. The emotional toll on both those with the disease and their caregivers is overwhelming. They need assistance. The Alzheimer's Foundation of America's toll-free hotline delivers compassion, knowledge, and care through licensed social workers, and provides information, counseling, and referrals to community resources across the nation.

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