Tag: Memory Care

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How Can You Support a Loved One Who Lives in Memory Care?

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Caring for a family member is both rewarding and challenging. However, when that care involves someone with a memory-related illness, the dynamics of caregiving often shift, presenting unique obstacles and uncertainties for the entire family. A transition to memory care is often necessary as dementia progresses, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be a […]

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Music and Dementia: How to Create a Playlist for Someone You Love

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Music is a universal language that transcends cultural and linguistic boundaries and is equipped with the power to evoke emotions and memories. For individuals living with dementia, it can be a lifeline by offering solace, stimulating cognitive function, and providing a conduit for communication when words fail. As a memory care provider in Tennessee, our […]

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How to Ease a Loved One’s Transition to Memory Care in Tennessee

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The Pavilion Senior Living team shares tips on how to ease the transition process into a memory care community.

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What Are the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?

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Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Accounting for 60-80 percent of cases, it is the most common type of dementia. While Alzheimer’s disease usually affects individuals over the age of 65, early-onset Alzheimer’s can also occur in younger adults, so recognizing the warning signs is crucial for early diagnosis […]

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Understanding What to Expect from Memory Care as a Family Member

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The Pavilion Senior Living would like to help family members better understand memory care services by sharing what you can expect from these communities. 

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When is it Time to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care?

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Assisted living is designed for older adults who need or would benefit from assistance with daily tasks, such as bathing, dressing, and medication management, as well as those looking for socialization and connection opportunities in a community setting. However, assisted living communities are not equipped to care for individuals living with memory impairment, such as […]

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Signs Your Loved One May Have a Form of Memory Impairment

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The Pavilion shares a blog that highlights the signs of memory impairment in seniors.

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How Natural Light Benefits Those with Dementia

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With memory care in Lebanon and Carthage, Tennessee, The Pavilion Senior Living shares the benefits of natural light for those living with dementia.

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Transitioning a Loved One to Memory Care: Helpful Tips to Ease the Process

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The Pavilion Senior Living team shares tips on how to ease the transition process into a memory care community.