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How Caregivers Can Cope with Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s and dementia are devastating for the sufferer—and their family, friends and caregivers. As the dementia progresses, it feels like the loved one is slipping away. A loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is unable to express their thoughts or remember faces, creating a situation where a caregiver must become the mind, hands and…
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Improving your Quality of Life

National Assisted Living Week was celebrated last month, with the theme of  “Family is Forever”. According to the NCAL, the theme was inspired by a quote from the poet Maya Angelou: “Family isn’t always blood, it’s the people in your life who want you in theirs: the ones who accept you for who you are,…
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Family is Forever

The theme for National Assisted Living Week 2017 is Family is Forever, and we couldn’t agree more. Every time you walk into Sodalis at Dripping Springs, a Memory Care community on the outskirts of Austin, each visitor sees a handmade sign stating, “Our residents don’t live in our workplace, we work in their home”. Our…
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Becoming Part of a Community

Preparing your loved one for a move to an assisted living or memory care community isn’t easy for you or your loved one. No move is ever simple. But the transition can be easier to manage with a little preparation, love and patience the size of Texas—and good communication. Talking about the move with your…
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Respite Care

Respite care, also known as short-term or temporary care, can be a good option for occasions when caring for your elderly parent is difficult or not possible. All Sodalis Community locations offer respite stays. Your senior can even bring their well-behaved pet along for longer respite stays. We’re here for you and your elderly loved…
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Beat the Heat

The Weather Channel is forecasting a hotter than average summer this year for Texas. Seniors should take special precaution because heat tends to affect them more. The National Institute on Aging (NIA) names hyperthermia as the top dangerous health condition to affect the elderly in the summer. Most think hyperthermia is a cold-related condition but…
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