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Dementia and the Holidays: Taking a Positive Approach To Care

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” – or so the song goes. But for those caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, the holidays can be especially stressful. This stress has only been compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic which has isolated us from our extended families and support network. And […] Read More >>

The Lost Art of Letter Writing

Letter writing seems to be a fading form of communication. We’re sending 4.3 billion fewer letters and cards than we did back in 2001, reports the U.S. Postal Service, a 61% drop from the days when email and text weren’t the main lines of communication. Let this be your reminder that receiving a letter or […] Read More >>

The Impact of Alzheimer’s on African Americans

You may be surprised to learn that Alzheimer’s is the fourth leading cause of death for African Americans, but only the sixth leading cause of death among whites. It is also often referred to as a “Silent Epidemic” among African Americans, due largely in part to an unwillingness to fully acknowledge and openly discuss the […] Read More >>

Nurses Week – In Their Own Words: Brittany Y. Lee, BSN, RN, CLNC, CDP, CPHRM

The American Nursing Association has declared 2020 the “Year of the Nurse” and asked nurses from across the country to share their stories. The following was written by our National Director of Clinical Compliance and Services, Brittany Lee, and was chosen to be featured on their website this week: The recent COVID-19 crisis has taken […] Read More >>