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Your Next Steps After a Dementia Diagnosis

Your Next Steps After Dementia Diagnosis

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 6 million people in the United States live with Alzheimer’s, which doesn’t even count the Americans suffering from other dementia-related issues. If you’ve received a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s, you may be feeling worried or scared. At Windrose at Woburn, we want to help equip our residents … Read more

5 Reasons to Not Feel Guilty About Placing Your Loved One in Assisted Living Care

Placing Loved One in Assisted Living Care

For so many caregivers and family members, assisted living services become necessary as their loved ones age and their needs change. While you may experience guilt when deciding it’s time for assisted living, it’s important to keep perspective and understand that your loved one will be receiving the best care possible. Placing your loved one … Read more

From Caregiver to Loved One

from caregiver to loved one

Transitioning Back to Your Role as a Family Member As your loved one ages, they may start to need help with chores like yard work and transportation. Eventually, mobility issues may mean that they need help with housekeeping and cooking. And, if your loved one suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s, they may need even more … Read more

How to Transition from Home to an Assisted Living Community

Transition to Assisted Living Community

Assisted living makes it possible to live comfortably while receiving the care you need. However, knowing that assisted living is the best possible option for you doesn’t necessarily make the transition from home to an assisted living community any easier. The adjustment may be emotional and intimidating, especially if you have lived in your home … Read more

The Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s & Other Dementia-Related Diseases

Take Note of Any Behavioral or Personality Changes While “senior moments” are certainly a part of the aging process, there is a difference between occasional forgetfulness and Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Sometimes, the signs of dementia are obvious, but other times the signs are more subtle, and it can be difficult to tell the difference … Read more