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As people continue to live longer lives, the incidence of age-related diseases — like dementia — continues to rise exponentially, along with the need for dementia care and senior living services.How Memory Care Will Change by 2025

Not only are more memory care communities needed, but innovative approaches to providing quality care must also be developed. Read more about these approaches and how memory care will change by 2025.

5 Ways Memory Care Will Change by 2025

According to Senior Housing News (SHN), the following areas in memory care are projected to change the most by the year 2025:

1. Intensive care will change.

Today, there are many memory care Read more

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“By the time I’m that age, I hope there’ll be a cure.” Most of us have heard someone say that in a conversation about Alzheimer’s disease, or we’ve said it ourselves.3 Ways to Find Alzheimer's Clinical Trials

We’re counting on researchers to untangle the causes and find more effective treatments, but right now many of those professionals are facing a serious roadblock. There’s a shortage of people taking part in clinical trials for Alzheimer’s research and according to the New York Times, it’s so bad it’s slowing down progress on new treatments.

How to Find Alzheimer’s Clinical Trials

Fortunately, technology has made it easier than ever to Read more

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