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Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Acceptance Journey: 6 Steps to Find Your Way After a Dementia Diagnosis

From the moment a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia is received, lives are irrevocably changed. It may seem that nothing will be as it once was, including the future you had planned.

But it can get better with time and determination. A thought worth holding on to, especially in the beginning.

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IKF Blog
Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2019

Adjusting to a Loved One’s Transition to Memory Care: 5 Suggestions for the Caregiver

After moving their loved ones into a memory care community, caregivers often find themselves unsure of the next steps. Before the transition, they planned ahead to help the process go as smoothly as possible. They looked for useful tips and suggestions that others recommended. Yet now there may remain a sense of uncertainty. That’s understandable. As focus has been on trying to anticipate their loved one’s needs, there’s one thing that most caregivers overlook.

And that is themselves.

 

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IKF Blog
Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2019

10 Questions to Ask When Considering a Memory Care Community

As you continue to navigate the dementia or Alzheimer’s journey, one day you might discover yourself at a crossroads. If providing care at home is no longer possible, it’s time to find a memory care community.

At Ingleside’s Memory Support Assisted Living, we understand how hard the search can be. If you find yourself struggling with this decision, we hope you’ll reach out for help. There are many on-line resources available and if you haven’t yet read our blog post, 5 Signs it May be Time for Memory Careclick here for more information.

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IKF Blog
Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

5 Signs That it May be Time for Memory Care

For those diagnosed or taking care of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s, time now moves at a different pace. As the rest of the world keeps its once familiar stride, your life is now measured with the many changes brought on by this disease.

As the condition progresses, the decline can be alarming, especially for those involved intermittently or from a distance. Yet if you’re the daily caregiver, you may not always notice the depth of deterioration. Instead of relying only on emotion, you can greatly decrease your anxiety by knowing when the transition from home care to a memory care community should occur.

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Pamela Mills, Director of Memory Care Programs
Posted: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Ingleside Well Being Philosophy – Autonomy

In our last issue we introduced Ingleside’s Well Being Philosophy and it’s six elements:

  • Autonomy
  • Wellness
  • Purposeful Living
  • Connection
  • Being Seen
  • Authentic Living
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Pamela Mills, Director of Memory Care Programs
Posted: Monday, September 9, 2019

Insuring Well Being in those living with neurocognitive disorders

What is well-being and why does it matter? Is it possible for a person with a neurocognitive disorder, living in a life plan community, to be genuinely happy? Yes! Increasingly, within the past century, neuropsychologists and geriatricians have begun to ask questions about what circumstances or contributions assist a person with neurocognitive impairment to live well along with their diagnosis. 

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Donna Fuller, Ingleside Director of Outreach
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019

What do CCRCs offer in the way of tangible and intangible benefits

When it comes to senior housing and lifestyle options, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), also known as life plan communities, offer a great option for those looking for engaged living and peace of mind.  There are a lot of misconceptions about what CCRC/Life Plan communities offer, so let’s uncover the facts and benefits of this type of full-service senior living community:

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IKF Blog
Posted: Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Retirement Living Rightsizing Tips

What exactly does “rightsizing” mean? According to Dictionary.com, it means “to adjust to an appropriate size.” For those looking to move into a Life Plan Community, rightsizing means making important decisions about what items from your current home will make you happiest in your new home.

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IKF Blog
Posted: Friday, June 28, 2019

Working Toward Equal Access in LGBT Senior Living

There are an estimated 3 million openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) seniors in the United States…and that number is growing as the Baby Boomers enter retirement. It’s a large market of prospective residents for the senior living industry. However, a 2013 study conducted by Erin Fitzgerald, MPA, and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force examined the compounding negative effect a lifetime’s worth of healthcare and economic discrimination has had on LGBT seniors–the end-result being fewer senior living options, either because of poor health or insufficient retirement savings.

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IKF Blog
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019

When Memory Issues Are Cause for Concern

A concern that is commonly voiced by adult children is that their aging parent is beginning to get forgetful. Maybe they are losing their keys more frequently. Perhaps they uncharacteristically failed to pay some bills on time. Such changes can seem especially pronounced for those who only see their parents occasionally (such as around the holiday season that is fast-approaching).

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