How Cultural Values Impact Caregiving

Lori Hill October 27, 2017

Caregiving is a role that spans across every population including religion and ethnicity. However the differences in caring for a loved one, especially culturally, often vary and may include traditions ... Read more

Brookdale Salutes our Veterans: Sacrificing Sport for Service

Brookdale Senior Living October 23, 2017

Some might say that Korean War veteran Ned Dewey, who resides at Brookdale Victoria in Texas, is a glutton for punishment when they learn that the 89-year-old played hockey until ... Read more

Understanding Lewy Body Dementia

Juliet Holt Klinger October 13, 2017

Cognitive decline is so commonly referred to as Alzheimer’s disease, that I suspect that many people don’t realize it’s just one type of dementia. Because the symptoms of various forms ... Read more

Tech Tips: Facebook Etiquette

Christopher Leech October 11, 2017

Now more than ever, seniors are using Facebook to reconnect with old friends and keep in touch with loved ones who live far away. In fact, people over 65 are ... Read more

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