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For Alzheimer’s caregivers, parents and senior loved ones living with the disease, social engagement is key to finding balance and promoting wellness. Engaging in social activities promotes a strong sense of belonging and gives people with Alzheimer’s a sense of purpose when it feels like their world is shrinking.Alzheimer's Caregivers Share 10 Tips to Keep Loved Ones Engaged

Learn how to keep your loved ones engaged in the world around them while still having fun together.

10 Ways for Alzheimer’s Caregivers to Keep Loved Ones With the Disease Engaged

Alzheimer’s caregivers and their loved ones deserve the chance to make the most every day, to develop new and Read more

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Last Updated: February 20, 2019

The Montessori Method is well-known for being used to successfully engage children, but it’s also an approach that’s gaining traction with caregivers of parents and senior loved ones with dementia. While it’s still a new idea, there is already evidence that the Montessori Method can reduce anxiety for people with dementia by providing them with engaging activities that they find rewarding.Using the Montessori Method for Dementia

Learn more about how caregivers are using the approach to engage seniors and how you can put it into practice with a loved one.

Connecting the Montessori Method to Dementia

Developed in the early 20th century, the Montessori Method of Read more

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