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Living with Alzheimers Disease: What Families Need to Know
Rebecca Kikendall Posted on
It’s never easy to watch a loved one experience changes that he or she didn’t ask for. When the cause of the changes is Alzheimer’s disease or another..
10 Early Signs of Dementia - Living Branches Retirement Communities
Rebecca Kikendall Posted on
Providing senior memory care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia isn’t an easy task, but caregivers can make the process much more effective and beneficial..
Music & Memory at Living Branches
Kathleen Roberts, Director of Dementia Care Strategy Posted on
We are pleased to announce that Living Branches is embarking on a new dementia care journey. This spring we are rolling out the Music & Memory initiative for residents..
Personal Care vs. Assisted Living: Do You Know the Difference?
Rebecca Kikendall Posted on
Personal Care vs. Assisted Living The terms Personal Care and Assisted Living are often used interchangeably; however, in 2011 the State of Pennsylvania instituted legislation that separated care communities..
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It is no secret that Living Branches residents enjoy learning something new. When someone from the community offers to share about a vacation or mission trip, the auditorium is..

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