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This Is ALZ: The Importance of Routine

Routine is a caregiver’s best friend and not-so-secret weapon. Having a good routine in place can make the difference between a bad day or a good day for someone living with Alzheimer’s. In a world that is increasingly confusing, unfamiliar, and overwhelming, routines offer comfort and stability. Familiar touchpoints throughout the day can go a […] Read More >>

Ms. Rockwall Pageant celebrates beauty inside and out

A gently crinkled smile that hints at a life filled with laughter, a crown of graying hair that says you’ve seen a few things in your many years…  there is an unmistakable beauty and grace that can only come with age. And while our inaugural Ms. Rockwall pageant had plenty of glamour and glitz, those elements paled […] Read More >>

Back To School Memories

It’s back-to-school time! Those of us with children or grandchildren may be busy buying new school clothes and supplies. For students and their teachers, “back-to-school time” is an exciting time for new beginnings. Your loved one might enjoy reminiscing over those back-to-school days of years gone by. If you have family photos from back-to-school days […] Read More >>

Recognizing Signs of Pain in Dementia

As verbal and cognitive functions decline, how do you know if a person living with dementia is in pain? It was once thought that people with dementia don’t feel pain the way we do; we now know this isn’t the case. People with dementia indeed experience pain, but often have a difficult time articulating those […] Read More >>