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What it Means to be Sugar-Free

What it Means to be Sugar-Free

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We all watch the news and read articles about how eating healthy can help us live longer and better lives-what we put into our bodies is very important. However, food labels can sometimes be deceiving. When a food item is….

Tapestry Corner – Sensory Stimulation

Tapestry Corner – Sensory Stimulation

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Using Sensory Stimulation Helps People with Alzheimer’s Disease Using everyday objects to stimulate senses can trigger emotions and memories in seniors who have lost their ability to connect with the world around them. Look around your home — most objects….

How to Know if Your Loved One Needs Assistance

How to Know if Your Loved One Needs Assistance

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The holidays are a time filled with love and laughter. These occasions often give us the opportunity to catch up with relatives and loved ones we haven’t seen during the year. During these interactions, you might notice some changes in….

Beaumont at Westborough Earns 5-Star Recognition

Beaumont at Westborough Earns 5-Star Recognition

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Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center at Westborough has recently achieved a 5-star rating by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. (CMS) CMS evaluates skilled nursing centers quarterly based on factors including health surveys, quality measures and staffing measures to….

How to Identify and Help Manage Dementia

How to Identify and Help Manage Dementia

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As we age, our bodies and our minds evolve. Sometimes this change results in cognitive decline, including a lessening of mental acuity related to dementia. Identifying, acknowledging, and managing this season of change can be a challenge for the person….

How to Plan for Long-term Care

How to Plan for Long-term Care

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  One consequence of us living longer lives is there’s an increasing number of seniors who need long-term care. While the care needs of people change as they age, staying at home and living independently for as long as possible….

Aging with Dignity: Care at Home (Video)

Aging with Dignity: Care at Home (Video)

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After a rehabilitation or hospital stay for you or a family member, there are many considerations to take into account before making the transition to home. The video above provides tips to facilitate the adjustment period after a move back….

Interior Design with Safety in Mind

Interior Design with Safety in Mind

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  Your home is your castle. But, as we age, different considerations emerge regarding our living environments, so those “castles” need to evolve to meet changing needs. While it’s important to be able to embrace independence, make sure it is….

Aging with Dignity: Responding in a Crisis (Video)

Aging with Dignity: Responding in a Crisis (Video)

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No one can ever be completely prepared for a crisis, but you can implement certain measures to ensure you are best equipped to handle these sudden situations when they happen to you or a loved one. The video above highlights….

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