• Team Member Spotlight: Julie Downs

    Team Member Spotlight: Julie Downs

    Every month we invite one of our team members to sit down with us and tell us more about their journey to Elder Care Alliance and their community, their role now, and their insights into older adult care. We are excited to share the expertise and knowledge of our many team members who every day […]

  • Advantages of Senior Living for Senior Older Adults

    Advantages of Senior Living for Senior Older Adults

    As your loved one ages, it’s essential to consider how you will help ensure the happiest and most secure future for them. One of the significant considerations to make is where your loved one will live. If you have a busy life and you’re not home frequently enough to provide the type of care your […]

  • Five Stimulating Activities for Your Loved One with Dementia

    Five Stimulating Activities for Your Loved One with Dementia

    More than 50 million people around the world live with dementia. These people require extra love and attention. To better connect with the people you love and encourage healthy brain activity, it’s vital to engage in fun, brain-stimulating activities with them regularly. Here are five ideas for stimulating dementia activities you can try today. 1. […]

  • Team Member Spotlight: Sal Navarro

    Team Member Spotlight: Sal Navarro

    Every month we invite one of our team members to sit down with us and tell us more about their journey to Elder Care Alliance, their role now, and their insights into older adult care. We are excited to share the expertise and knowledge of our many team members who every day come to work […]

  • Benefits of the MIND Diet

    Benefits of the MIND Diet

    As an older adult, your dietary needs have changed over time. Your body may require more nutrients to maintain bone density, muscle mass, and energy levels. One of the best diets for older adults is the MIND diet (also known as the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet). At Elder Care Alliance, we understand how […]

  • Inside Memory Care at Elder Care Alliance Communities

    Inside Memory Care at Elder Care Alliance Communities

    Memory care – it sounds simple enough, but what exactly is it? Well, it is a senior living community built to care for older adults who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. When at-home care is no longer sufficient or potentially un-safe for your loved one a memory care community is an option. Memory […]

  • Checklist for Choosing the Right Senior Living

    Checklist for Choosing the Right Senior Living

    Is it time to find the ideal senior living solution for a loved one? There are things you can do to narrow your options and make sure your loved one ends up in a community that’s a good fit. When looking for the right senior living community, consider the following considerations. Then, write them down […]

  • Team Member Spotlight: Jerry Cooper

    Team Member Spotlight: Jerry Cooper

    Every month we invite one of our team members to sit down with us and tell us more about their journey to Elder Care Alliance, their role now, and their insights into older adult care. We are excited to share the expertise and knowledge of our many team members who every day come to work […]

  • Masking the Problem: A Non-Pharmacological Approach to Senior Care

    Masking the Problem: A Non-Pharmacological Approach to Senior Care

    A baby cries, and we soothe it. But, when our older adult parent suffering from dementia has an outburst, how do we handle that? Sometimes these non-memory-related symptoms such as aggressiveness, agitation, or even delusions, the first treatment plan is to go to antipsychotic medications. But, more often than not, these drugs mask real issues […]

  • Why Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Alzheimer’s Are Successful

    Why Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Alzheimer’s Are Successful

    The words “dementia” or “Alzheimer’s” can often elicit fear for us. We instantly think about what a loved one will lose if we hear that diagnosis. Dementia doesn’t have to mean you are losing out on your life. Cognitive skills may diminish, but every person can grow. That is the fundamental philosophy behind I’m Still […]

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