Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s vs Normal Aging; How To Tell The Difference

When Should You be Concerned About Memory Loss? We’ve all forgotten a phone number, blanked on someone’s name, or misplaced the keys. When we were young, we didn’t pay attention to these minor slip-ups. As we grow older, we start to wonder if there is some “meaning” to a memory lapse. Is it a sign of something bigger or just normal? Aging is part of every human life, there is no escaping it. Not all changes we experience during the aging process are harmful.…

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Home Safety for The Elderly

Home Safety for the Elderly “Home is where the heart is.”  The benefits to the elderly remaining in the home as long as possible are countless. Therefore it has become increasingly popular.  However, safety concerns and risks are involved that must be addressed in order for your loved one to thrive in their own environment.   Make sure you and your loved one are aware of the potential dangers and prepare accordingly. Safety Tips Keep the home clean and free of…

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Alzheimer’s Educational Opportunity

The 7th Annual Alzheimer’s Symposium was outstanding!  The speakers were very informative and entertaining at the same time.  There is always something new to learn about working with this special group of people.  Thank you Solalis for hosting this event each year.

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2012 Alzheimer’s Association – Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Hays County 2012 Memory walk was November 3rd in San Marcos ! A team made up of representatives from Angels for Elders, Bluebonnet Palliative Care, Deer Creek Nursing, the Mayor’s Fitness Council and Wimberley Home Health walked together under the team name of Wimberley Walkers!  What an awesome team!  Thank you to each of these dedicated people for their fundraising efforts! Congratulations Wimberley Walkers! As a team we raised $2,950 to help the Alzheimer’s Association fund research to find…

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