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How's Your AARC?

How much time do we spend thinking about our own aging, and how does that affect our attitude about growing older? In 2009, the Journals…

October 15–December 7 Is Medicare Open Enrollment

The National Council on Aging offers a checklist of five steps to help people with Medicare evaluate their coverage It’s that time of year again.…

When a Loved One Is Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, Should They Give Up the Car Keys?

Dad has been diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. He insists that it’s still perfectly safe for him to drive—but is it? This conversation has led…
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Alzheimer’s/Memory Care

When it becomes too difficult or unsafe to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia at home, Health Concepts can help. We understand that leaving a loved one with cognitive decline in the care of a stranger is one of the most difficult things a family can go through. That’s why our services are focused as much on the family as it is on the residents we care for. By offering education and support, we help to calm the anxiety that arises from the unknown for the families and friends of those with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.

Health Concepts caregivers are specially trained in the latest techniques for the cognitively impaired and our centers are equipped to keep residents safe from harm. If you choose a Health Concepts Center for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, we’re confident that you’ll soon be at ease that they are in a safe, comfortable and caring environment.