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Today we arrived at work only to find the State here to do our assessment and I had “Linked Senior” hooked up and had a room full of AL residents. We played several games and when the Rep’s came in they actually sat with us and played and had a blast! “Timing IS everything”! One day later we would have been scrambling to get people down there! So, thank you for this already proving to be “useful tool”!Adrienne CrowleyDirector of FunLincoln Meadows Senior LivingParker, CO
Category Archives: cognitive impairment
>Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. This degenerative and fatal disease was first described by Alois Alzheimer in 1906; it damages a person’s ability to reason, remember, speak, perform simple calculations, and carry out routine tasks. As … Continue reading
>Legendary R&B icon Ray Charles claimed that he was “born with music inside me”. The famous neurologist Oliver Sacks actually believes in this and wrote a book on the topic: Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain. This book examines … Continue reading
>As people age, their physical and mental states tend to show loss of performance. Physical function declines are usually easier to diagnose and treat; when it comes to the brain, it is a very different problem. Cognitive impairment is something … Continue reading