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Baking and Making Memories in Jean’s Kitchen

One of our favorite things to do at Autumn Leaves is spend time in Jean’s Kitchen. A cozy spot at the heart of our communities named after CEO Mitch Warren’s beloved grandmother, it’s where you’ll find us most afternoons whipping up a snack or baking up a batch of cookies. Baking is a great way […] Read More >>

Dementia and the Freedom to Choose

Many of us resolve to make better choices each year, but not everyone has the freedom to do so. Imagine having every decision throughout the day made for you. That’s the reality for many who live with dementia. From sunrise to sunset, most of their day has been decided for them—what to wear, when to […] Read More >>

Caregivers: Try a new approach in the New Year

There’s something about the first of the month—especially January 1st—that sparks us to set a new goal or resolve to take better care of ourselves. But when you are living with someone who has memory impairments, you may find your life reset to the “first” more than once a month. And while this presents many […] Read More >>

Taking a Positive Approach to the Holidays

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” – or so the song goes. But for those of us caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, the holidays can be especially stressful. We put so much stock in our own holiday traditions that when those shared experiences don’t measure up, it can […] Read More >>