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Tips for Holiday Visits to Nursing Homes

During the holiday season, long-term care facilities receive a high volume of visits from families, friends, local organizations, and faith-based groups. These visits are extremely important to persons in nursing homes, personal care homes, and assisted living communities. When I visit long-term care facilities as an ombudsman representative, many families bring young children to visit [...]

Dementia: What’s the Latest?

This person is Victoria Helmly, and I had the opportunity to ask her a handful of my biggest questions about Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias. Here’s what she had to say: Q: What’s the latest research on dementia? Victoria: There is a lot of research happening right now on cognitive decline and diseases such as […]

Volunteering: Spread the Love

Wilma Jenkins has always known that she wanted to be a teacher. Even after turning 80 years old, she is doing what she loves: education. Ms. Jenkins works with the Atlanta Regional Commission through a program called RSVP (the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program).  She goes into the community to give free presentations on healthy [...]

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