Welcome To The Orchard Retirement Community Independent living, assistedliving, alzheimers care and skilled nursing in Ridgeland, MS. Site includes photos, floor plans, amenities and services, and contact information. http://www.orchardretirement.com/
Extractions: Choose your private apartment from our variety of spacious one- and two-bedroom floor plans, many with covered patios or balconies. Inside you'll find nine-foot ceilings, luxurious draperies, and wall-to-wall carpets, ready for your distinctive decorative touch. The Orchard , Mississippi's Premiere Retirement Community, offers a comfortable mix of elegance and unmatched hospitality. We invite you to browse our web site by clicking on the various buttons on the left side of the page. You may also click here to take a virtual tour. [Home] [Independent Living] [Azalea Court] [Rose Garden] ... [Contact Us]
Extractions: Information on Alzheimers Disease (AD) and Sundowning Key: T Title AU Author(s) SO Society or Journal AB Phototherapy is already widely used successfully in the UK and overseas by the NHS and private institutions to treat jetlag, certain sleep pattern disorders and Seasonal Affective Disorder (winter depression). AB 14 elderly inpatients with dementia showing sleep and behaviour disorders and 10 control elderly people were carefully observed for 2 months. 4 weeks of morning light therapy markedly improved sleep and behaviour disorders in the dementia group and significantly increased total and nocturnal sleep time and significantly decreased daytime sleep time. These results indicate that morning bright light is a powerful synchroniser that can normalise disturbed sleep and substantially reduce the frequency of behaviour disorders in elderly people with dementia.
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Boston MA Nursing Home Provides skilled endof-life care for aging, rehabilitation, alzheimers and dementia. Admission information and descriptions of services are provided. http://www.cjnh.org
Extractions: Donate Now C helsea Jewish Nursing Home has been nurturing the community's frail elderly since 1919. CJNH provides skilled nursing and residential care for complications of aging, rehabilitation, Alzheimer's, dementia and end-of-life care. A modern, 123-bed residence with uncommon amenities in the heart of Chelsea, Massachusetts, CJNH has received admirable scores year after year from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. CJNH observes Jewish traditions, while meeting the spiritual needs of all residents. Devoted caregivers, some of whom have been employed for more than two decades, deliver outstanding personal assistance and nursing care. The Home is known for its excellent kosher food and award-winning, innovative programs. CJNH feels like home. It is a warm, pleasant, supportive environment dedicated to the promotion of health and comfort for every resident. 17 Lafayette Ave.
Vegetarian Diet Increases Alzheimers Risk Vegetarian Diet Increases alzheimers Risk. Elderly people with low blood levels of vitamin B12 and folate may face an increased http://www.mercola.com/2001/may/19/alzheimers.htm
Extractions: Previous Issues Essential Info Health Blog My Vision My Qualifications #1 Natural Health Site ... More... Health Resources Nutrition Plan Fewer Grains/Sugars More Omega-3 More Water ... Issue 221 May 19, 2001 The Beginning of the End for Amalgams in the US Prescription Drug Sales Increase By Nearly 20% High Grain Diet Increases Diabetes in Pima Indians Canned Foods Found to Have Low Levels of Potent Carcinogen ... Print this Page document.write ( "E-mail to a Friend" ); document.write ( "" ); Vegetarian Diet Increases Alzheimers Risk Elderly people with low blood levels of vitamin B-12 and folate may face an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin B-12 plays an important role in maintaining nerve cells, and some research has linked low blood levels of the vitamin to Alzheimer's and mental decline. Few studies have looked at whether there is such a connection between Alzheimer's and folate, a B vitamin key to the production and maintenance of body cells.
Extractions: [Complete nutritional support for Alzheimer's] We've all had times when we can't remember where we put our keys or when an appointment was supposed to be. These occasional memory lapses are a normal part of being human. So when should you worry about signs of Alzheimer's Disease? A simple example is: If you forgot where you put your glasses there is no great cause for concern ... but if you've forgotten you wear glasses you have significant reason to worry about your memory problem. A more extensive list of Alzheimer's Symptoms is as follows: a chronic, progressively worsening problem accompanied by disorientation, problems with judgement, concentration, language and mathematical skills, physical coordination, and sleeplessness, the repetition of the same ideas or movements, the tendency to wander off and get lost, "sunsetting" or restlessness and wandering off in the late afternoon and night, dramatic personality changes, and eventually the loss of the ability to perform basic self-care functions. Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that already affects millions of Americans and that is expected to affect millions more as the number of people over 50 continues to increase.
Alliance Charities Alzheimer's Disease Helpline 0845 300 0336. Tel 0207 306 0606. Web Sitewww.alzheimers.org.uk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Liverpool South Sefton Branch Barry Foxon. http://glaxocentre.merseyside.org/ads.html
Extractions: Charity No 296645 Contacts: National Office Alzheimer's Society, Gordon House, 10 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1PH England Helpline: 0845 300 0336 Tel: 0207 306 0606 Web Site: www.alzheimers.org.uk Email: email@example.com - Barry Foxon Glaxo Neurological Centre, Norton St, Liverpool L3 8LR England Tel: 0151 298 2444 (24 hr Answer phone) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Liverpool and South Sefton branch based within the Glaxo Centre operates a drop in service from 10am - 2pm Monday - Friday. Additionally on the first Thursday of the month between 10 and 2 Barry Foxon will be at Garston Urban Village Hall. On the third Thursday of the month at 7.30 pm there is a support group meeting at Leighton Dene. On the last Thursday of each month Barry visits the Sefton Carer's Centre between 10 and 2. Please contact Barry on the telephone number above for further details. The Alzheimer's Society support families in England, Wales and Northern Ireland through a network of regional offices, branches, support groups and carers contacts; provides information, literature and care grants to those in need; raises public awareness through fundraising and offers education and guidance to carers and professionals; campaigns on behalf of people with dementia and their carers. Additionally it funds research into Alzheimer's and disseminates information on developments. For contact details of other North West of England branches please visit the Alzheimer's Society Website Local Branches page Other links to support and information:
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Alzheimers Help And Information Debbie Mandel is BellaOnline s alzheimers Host. My mother has advanced alzheimers.My father is 91 and is presently very ill.When he passes, what do I do? http://www.bellaonline.com/site/alzheimers
Extractions: Should I Put My Alzheimer's Spouse In a Nursing Home? My husband is in the middle stage of alzheimer´s. All of my friends and family think it is time to put him in a nursing home. Does he need my love for him more than he needs the care of professionals? more... My Alzheimer's Mom Accuses Me of Stealing Her Medicine - How Do I Cope? She has been very ugly to me, and said she would rather be in a nursing home than with me. She is making it hard to care for her. more... Learn to See with Alzheimers Eyes When you are living with someone who has Alzheimers, try to see the world from his or her perspective. Get to know the new person he or she has become. Here are some suggestions to help the caregiver cope. more... Exelon Offers Some Hope for Slowing Down the Progression of Alzheimers The new class of drugs Aricept, Exelon, and Reminyl were shown in a study to slow down the progression of Alzheimers disease in the early to moderate stages for some patients. more...
Extractions: A lzheimers is one of the most disabling afflictions among older people. Alzheimers is a progressive disorder that slowly kills nerve cells in the brain. Although Alzheimers is detected more often among senior citizens, individuals as young as 50 may show signs of Alzheimers Alzheimers holds no boundaries, Alzheimers is located cross culturally and Alzheimers is found in both sexes in equal proportions There is no one particular test for Alzheimers but ruling out other conditions of memory loss like small strokes, Parkinsons disease or depression will lead to an Alzheimers diagnosis. Using a variety of methods 90% of Alzheimers cases can be diagnosed, 100% accuracy can only be achieved with Alzheimers upon autopsy to check for plaques and tangles.
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Alzheimers Answers question as what it is, if it can be prevented, and what the causes are. http://www.mamashealth.com/Alzheimers.asp
Extractions: What Is Alzheimer's? Alzheimer's is a progressive, degenerative disorder that affects the brain. It damages the brain cells responsible for intellectual functioning in the brain, including memory , intelligence, judgment, and speech. Alzheimers leads to the loss of mental and physical functions. Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia in older people. It affects the parts of the brain that control thought, memory, and language. A small percentage Alzheimer's patients are under 50 years of age. However, most are over 65 years of age. A rare and aggressive form of Alzheimer's can happen in some people in their 40s and 50s. Over the course of years, as the disease progresses, individuals loose their ability to perform the basic tasks that are part of everyday life and usually end up requiring constant care and supervision. Symptoms The first noticeable symptoms of Alzheimer's are: loss of memory, trouble performing tasks, poor judgement, misplacing things, inability to think and understand and gradual changes in behaviour. Memory loss - Memory loss is usually the first noticible sign of Alzheimer's. Memory loss starts slowly, but soon the episodes become more and more frequent. People with Alzheimer's forget things very often. They have trouble remembering answers to questions they may have asked a short time earlier. This causes the person to ask the same question repeatedly.
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Extractions: Alzheimer's Disease is a degenerative condition of the brain that causes progressive loss of mental functions. Usually fairly significant memory problems are first noticed, with progression to impairments in learning, planning, and general intellectual and cognitive abilities. This form of dementia has an insidious beginning in the 50s and 60s age range. Subtle personality changes, loss of interest in social contacts, mild depression, and impulsive decisions are typical. Definitive diagnosis, however, depends on many factors a health care provider can sort out. Several risk factors may contribute to the development of Alzheimer's dementia including genetic factors, family history, prior brain injury, and prior stroke. The precise mix of causes of Alzheimer's Disease is unknown. However, in all true cases of Alzheimer's disease specific structural changes occur to neural cells scattered throughout the brain. These changes render the cells incapable of transmitting nerve signals. As the number of these impaired cells increases, the functional consequences become more pronounced. Neurological and neuropsychological examinations are the best methods for diagnosing Alzheimer's or differentiating the condition from any number of other dementia conditions. Objective testing can differentiate age-normal from abnormal changes in mental functions. Neuropsychological examination can help differentiate the mild depression that usually accompanies early Alzheimer's from other, non-dementia, causes of depression.
Extractions: t Horizon Manor, Assisted Living Means: You will find personalized, professional care for your loved one in a residential health-care facility where elegance refreshes the spirit, and the attentiveness never stops. Located in Montclair, New Jersey and designed for those who value a certain style of living, Horizon Manor provides a feeling of pampered comfort for seniors who require assistance with living. Our guests use Horizon Manor for convalescence...and for respite care by the month, week or day. t Horizon Manor Seniors Enjoy: An all inclusive, caring touch that will help your loved one feel their best. Seniors who require assistance with living enjoy a privileged life in a setting that looks like a gracious country inn. Beautifully-appointed semiprivate or private rooms, or suites are available in our two residential homes each with nursing care that is RN-supervised and offers unswerving commitment to guests' comfort and long term care. 73 Overlook Road
Extractions: Alzheimer's Disease Assistance More than 250,000 Ohioans are estimated to be suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, a progressive, mentally and physically disabling brain disorder that has no known cause or cure. Because victims eventually become unable to care for themselves, the cost of long-term care associated with Alzheimer's is staggering - estimated at more than $80 billion per year nationally - and public costs are expected to increase 20-fold by the year 2030. To help those with Alzheimer's Disease, their families and caregivers, the Department of Aging supports respite care programs. Respite care involves providing temporary care for an Alzheimer's patient to give family members time to attend to their own needs. Respite care can take several forms: a home care worker visiting the home of an Alzheimer's patient, a stay in an adult day care center, overnight care in a hospital or nursing home, support groups, caregiver training or family care planning meetings. Ohio's 12 area agencies on aging coordinate innovative respite care and support services to relieve the stresses and responsibilities that accompany constant caregiving, and keep those afflicted in the home as long as possible.
Montrose Care Home Montrose Residential Care Home is a small family home registered for 12 residents, specializing in the care of the elderly mentally confused and elderly with learning disabilities, including alzheimers and related dementia. http://members.aol.com/montroseuk/pubpage.htm
Extractions: Montrose Residential Care Home is a small family home registered for 12 residents, specializing in the care of the elderly mentally confused and elderly with learning disabilities, including Alzheimers and related dementia. The resident proprietors, Ann and Bill Harborne have spared no effort in making this one of finest homes in Torquay. Situated in the pleasant village of Wellswood we are ideally placed for shops,post office and all other facilities. If you stand on the roof! you can even see the sea! Facilities and services: Registered for MH50+ MHE MPE More information! double click on these links. Our Service Torquay Choosing a Care Home The Family ... Alzheimers Society How do you get in touch? EMail, Phone or write to: