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Valentine’s Day and Brain Changes

It’s February and love is in the air, but we know this can be a painful reminder that your Valentine has experienced brain changes. Our advice is simple: enjoy the small moments, share kind words, show affection – that is love. While your specific relationship to them may have faded in their mind, they most […] Read More >>

The Lost Art of Written Correspondence

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 >>

Dementia and the Holidays: Shifting our Perspective

“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 for the last 2 years by the COVID-19 pandemic which has distanced us from our extended […] Read More >>

Spring Brings New Beginnings at Autumn Leaves

The onset of Spring signifies a rebirth of sorts. The familiar tune of birdsong returns, tiny buds begin to appear in our gardens, and the chill of winter slowly starts to fade. So too do we find ourselves celebrating new beginnings as the vaccine begins to arrive in our communities and across the country. A […] Read More >>

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