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Hope Carwile is one of 15 experts appearing at the upcoming Virtual Caregiver Retreat for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias.
Jackson Creek staff have compiled a list of virtual and IRL (in real life) ways seniors can keep themselves healthy, creative, stimulated and in shape, all while taking safety seriously.
Technology has the potential to help seniors stay connected with friends and family, provide a venue for learning new skills and ideas, offer tools to stay healthy, and help combat social isolation.
For caregivers of older adults, senior living communities can offer a much needed break, which is vital to avoid becoming overly exhausted and stressed.
Since we implemented telehealth methods, resident medical appointments have seamlessly continued throughout the COVID-19 shutdown.
Depression is common amongst people with dementia or Alzheimer's, especially during the early and middle stages of the disease.
Gardening has been proven to offer a range of psychological, physical and cognitive benefits, which is especially good news for seniors.
Jackson Creek staff have found creative ways to keep residents engaged and entertained during social distancing.