Always Best Care National Newsletter

September 11, 2012

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Using exercise to delay or prevent the progression of Alzheimer's

Don't miss this compelling, informative webinar - presented free from Always Best Care. We're hoping you can join us on Tuesday, September 25, for a special presentation by Dr. M. Kathryn Jedrziewski, Deputy Director of the Institute on Aging (IOA) at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Jedrziewski received her PhD from Penn in 1991, and has worked in gerontology and geriatrics for the past twenty-five years. She planned and directed Penn Partners in Healthy Living (PPHL), a Penn consumer membership program with over 90,000 members age 50 and older.

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Important Articles of Interest

Alzheimer's and Dementia

What's the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia? The two terms are often used interchangeably, but there is a difference. Think of dementia as an umbrella that covers all types of cognitive decline, and Alzheimer's disease as one of the many types of disorders that is under the umbrella. Read More...

A Time of Grief:
Moving Away From The Home

For decades, a large percentage of the older population has remained in the same home through many stages of their life cycles (often for nearly a lifetime), in sharp contrast to today's generation that frequently moves or resides in temporary housing. Read More...

The Sandwich Generation

If you know someone who is juggling care needs for an aging parent, in addition to caring for their own children, then you know someone in the "sandwich" generation. These people find themselves "sandwiched" between two generations that need regular assistance and supervision. Read More...

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