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Dementia Caregiving: Why Consistency is So Important

Feb 15, 2018 by Comfort Keepers Denver

As with any form of in home senior care, consistency in caregiving is an extremely important component to providing high quality of care. It’s especially vital for dementia caregivers. The difference between a good day and a bad day for the caregiver and the person with dementia often comes down to a few simple things. Read Article

Boost Brain Function with These Easy Exercise Steps

Jan 15, 2018 by Comfort Keepers Denver

Long story short, the best form of exercise for your brain depends on your individual situation. What are the best steps to take to keep your brain healthy? Read Article

Senior Health: Can the Greebles Diagnosis Dementia? | Denver, CO

Nov 15, 2017 by Comfort Keepers Denver

Using a psychology to test facial recognition capabilities, researchers have demonstrated that the inability to recognize the difference between similar faces and objects may be an early warning sign of a person's predisposition to Alzheimer's Disease. Read Article

Dementia Care: Non-Medical Care Just As Important

Aug 31, 2017 by Comfort Keepers Denver

Research shows that as many as 1 in 3 cases of dementia can be preventable - non-medical treatments and preventative measures are a big part of this. Read Article

What Are the Signs of Dementia?

May 15, 2017 by Comfort Keepers Denver

If you or your loved one is experiencing memory problems, don’t immediately conclude that it’s dementia. Read Article

Dementia Care - Denver, CO: How Does the Dementia Change Over Time?

Mar 30, 2017 by Comfort Keepers Denver

There are several types of dementia, while symptoms may vary from person to person this is how they change as the condition progresses. Read Article

Memory Care Denver: Staying Sharp in Your Golden Years

Feb 15, 2017 by Comfort Keepers Denver

Maintaining or even improving our memory is possible - and may even help reduce the risk of dementia or Alzheimer's Disease. Read Article

Communication and Late Stage Dementia

Nov 15, 2016 by Comfort Keepers Denver

Communication is a basic ability that allows us to relate to each other. We can express how we feel to each other, what we think and what we need or want. This loss of communication is one of the great challenges for a person with dementia and the loss of this skill becomes more pronounced and occurs at an increased pace in late stage dementia. This is what you need to know and what you can do when this happens. Read Article

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