In this month’s BeWell Educated Video, Karen Berry, Memory Support Director at Franke at Seaside shares tips on keeping your brain healthy through the food you eat!
How blessed Adrian and I were for the loving care you gave him and support you gave me during the nine months he was in The Pavilion. It was a difficult time for both of us but your skilled care and thoughtfulness made it easier for us. The Pavilion is fortunate to have such kind, knowledgeable caregivers and the patients reap the benefits. Thank you so very much for caring for Adrian and touching our lives with your loving care.
The New York Times reports that a growing number of seniors are dealing with a gambling addiction, endangering their financial well-being and even leading them to commit crimes. Do “senior specials” at casinos tempt them to spend more than they should? https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/28/business/retirement/fighting-compulsive-gambling-among-women.html
Many people, particularly older individuals, worry about forgetfulness and whether it is the first sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, forgetfulness has many causes. It can also be a normal part of aging, or related to various treatable health issues or to emotional problems, such as stress, anxiety or depression. Although no treatment …